Paula Tukaj


Intellectual property law, industrial property law, copyright law

+48 22 827 88 88
+48 22 826 88 22


She specialises in intellectual and industrial property law, with a particular focus on litigation and administrative proceedings concerning trademarks and industrial design infringement cases, as well as the prosecution of individuals and entities involved in the marketing of counterfeit goods.

Moreover, with experience in domestic and foreign trademark protection and based on her long-standing practice as an assistant judge, she develops effective strategies for Clients to establish and enforce their rights, as well as providing advice on the criminal and civil aspects of enforcing their intellectual property portfolio.

In addition to her intellectual property expertise, she has extensive experience in the broader field of civil proceedings, particularly in succession, partition and property law.

She graduated from the Catholic University of Lublin. She completed her legal training at the Warsaw Bar Association and was entered on the list of lawyers maintained by the District Bar Council in Warsaw. She completed a postgraduate course in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Warsaw and the annual Educational Course for Mark and Design Practitioners organised by the EUIPO, with the examination panel’s recognition of her written work as an example of ‘best practice’. In 2018/2019, she spent several months in the United States of America, attending industrial property law courses at Harvard University in Boston. 

She also holds a degree in psychology from the University of Warsaw, specialising in forensic psychology. Furthermore, she has co-authored several articles on intellectual property law and civil procedure.


2019 – Advocate


Polish, English


  • “New institution of Polish civil procedure – a counterclaim regarding trademarks and industrial designs”, The Trademark Lawyer, Issue 5/2020 (wspólnie z Klaudią Błach-Morysińską);
  • “Is it possible to register country names as trademarks?” World Trademark Review (WTR) 04 August 2022 (wspólnie z Klaudią Błach-Morysińską);
  • “New industrial property law proposal aims to reduce trademark procedure timelines”, World Trademark Review (WTR) 14 July 2022 (wspólnie z Klaudią Błach-Morysińską);
  • “Ruling sparks debate over whether preparatory work alone constitutes genuine use”, World Trademark Review (WTR) 30 June 2022 (wspólnie z Klaudią Błach-Morysińską);
  • “A look at the first year of the Polish IP office’s fast-track programme”, World Trademark Review (WTR) 09 June 2022 (wspólnie z Klaudią Błach-Morysińską);
  • “Formal requirements for power of attorney in trademarks proceedings in Poland”, World Trademark Reaview (WTR) 27 January 2022 (wspólnie z Klaudią Błach-Morysińską);
  • “Have you got your EORI number? New requirement for trademark owners interested in customs applications for action”, World Trademark Review (WTR) 10 June 2021 (wspólnie z Klaudią Błach-Morysińską).
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