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Arkadiusz Szczudło specialises in intellectual property law, advertising and media law, brand protection and combating unfair competition, as well as new technologies law, cryptocurrencies and blockchain.
From the start, his professional career has been closely involved with the creative sector, particularly fashion and IT.
Arkadiusz Szczudło previously worked as a senior lawyer and a business manager at IP Legal Adwokaci. His responsibilities included, among others: providing legal counsel, analysis of brand infringements, unfair competition, preparation of copyright agreements, business development, customer service and after-sale service, and e-mail marketing.
Before he joined the team of Snażyk Korol Mordaka sp.k., he also gained experience as a lawyer-entrepreneur by advising entrepreneurs from clothing brands, creative and advertising agencies, film and photography production houses, software houses, designers, photographers, models, graphic designers and developers, and various others from the creative sector.
Arkadiusz Szczudło is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Lazarski University in Warsaw, where for two years he provided pro bono legal support for the Students’ Legal Clinic. He is also a graduate of the Chinese Law School in Gdańsk.
Additionally, he conducts CSR activities and is the President of the Fashion Law Institute, a foundation providing comprehensive support to the creative sector, and a mentor supporting young entrepreneurs, including start-ups.
Arkadiusz Szczudło is the author of five blogs related to law and the legal profession; he also supervises FutureTech.legal, the law firm’s blog on new technologies law and is a co-author of PrawoWModzie.pl. – a popular blog on fashion law.
His publications can be found in Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, My Company Polska, Magazyn Inwestorski and on various industry-related websites: FashionBiznes.pl, MarketingiBiznes.pl, STGU.pl, GrafMag.pl and Signs.pl.
- law for the creative sector
- fashion law
- intellectual property law
- advertising and media law
- brand protection and combating unfair competition
- new technologies law
- Internet law