Marek Korcz heads the work of the New Technologies and Protection of Privacy practice.
He advises on telecommunications law and the law of new technologies and protection of privacy, and advises on corporate matters, particularly in regulated industries. His experience also includes comprehensive advice on judicial and administrative proceedings, including developing holistic strategies for conducting cases and representation before the courts and administrative authorities.
Advice in cases involving data protection (including drafting of data protection policies and procedures and reviewing existing policies and procedures for compliance with Polish law) and legal representation before the president of the Personal Data Protection Office
Ongoing advice and representation of telecommunications service providers in proceedings before the president of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection and the president of the Office of Electronic Communications, and in judicial and administrative court proceedings, including cases accusing telecoms of practices infringing the collective interests of consumers and concerning allocation of radio frequencies
Representing a client from the FMCG sector in court cases by commercial representatives seeking to establish employment relationships (all cases resulting in denial of the representatives’ claims)
Representing clients from a group of affiliated companies from the construction products sector brought by an immediate competitor, alleging acts of unfair competition (cases pending)
Successfully representing the descendants of a prominent family from the eastern borderlands in a proceeding to establish moral rights to a family grave located on the site of a museum listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, including the right to conduct burials at the site
Qualified as an attorney-at-law
Faculty of Law and Administration at Jagiellonian University