Anna Hoffman-Flatow

Attorney at Law

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Anna Hoffman-Flatow is an attorney at law and experienced in-house lawyer. She specializes in advising businesses through their current activity, and in labour law. She possesses extensive knowledge and broad experience in conducting employment matters, including recruitment processes, employment contracts, work and salary regulations, as well ensuring that the employer’s obligations in the field of processing of employees’ personal data are complied with. Anna advises on all types of commercial contracts, as well as confidentiality agreements. She prepares opinions comprising various fields of law.

Anna also provides advice on industrial and intellectual property matters, combining attorney at law experience and knowledge with patent and trademark attorney competences. She is particularly interested in new technologies issues, with a focus on artificial intelligence (AI). Anna is an active member of the Union IP Litigation Committee, as well as she participates in the working group on AI at the Coalition for Polsih Innovations.

She gained her work experience in Warsaw law offices mainly specializing in commercial law. She is also a professional representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in the scope of  EU trademarks and industrial designs.

Key experiences
  • advised and represented clients in all types of commercial contracts, including those related to technology transfer
  • represented clients in copyright, unfair competition, trademark and industrial design matters
  • advised and represented clients in employee matters, at the pre-litigation and litigation stage
  • conducted various proceedings for damages, connected, among others, with infringement of exclusive rights, payout of diverse insurance benefits, referring to medical errors
  • conducted debt collection matters
  • Polish Chamber of Patent & Trademark Attorneys, qualified patent & trademark attorney
  • Warsaw Bar Association, qualified attorney at law
  • Warsaw University, Faculty of Law and Administration
  • Entrepreneurs do not protect their trademarks effectively