Ewa Niesiobędzka-Krause specializes in issues related to protection of intellectual and industrial property rights and unfair competition. She possesses many years of experience in conducting proceedings before national and international offices concerning trademarks, patents and industrial designs. She consults, prepares contracts and legal opinions in cases concerning intellectual property rights, including issues regarding the patent protection of inventions. She assists and supports clients in the realization of programs organized by the Polish Agency of Developing Entrepreneurship PARP and the National Center for Research and Development NCBiR. She leads cases before the Polish Patent Office, the European Patent Office EPO, the European Union Intellectual Property Office EUIPO and the World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO. She also possesses extensive experience in leading court cases before administrative courts, general courts and the Court for Community Trademarks and Industrial Designs. An author of numerous publications on topics relating to industrial property law, including and in particular, issues of patent protection specifically with regards to inventions. She is a Law major and she completed a patent attorney traineeship at the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys in Warsaw. Ewa also completed her post-graduate studies in Intellectual Property Law at the Warsaw University.