Poland Alicja Rogozińska

Polish and European Patent Attorney - POLSERVICE Patent and Trademark Attorneys Office

Alicja Rogozińska has been a Polish patent attorney since 1999 and is a European patent attorney and professional representative before the EU Intellectual Property Office. She joined POLSERVICE in 1997.

With a background in material engineering, she specialises in the prosecution and maintenance of patents for inventions in the field of mechanical construction and technology, including relative areas. Her work also covers rights of protection for utility models, as well as registration of industrial designs in Poland and overseas.

Ms Rogozińska graduated with a master’s degree from the faculty of material engineering at the Warsaw University of Technology. She completed postgraduate studies in intellectual property at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and at the European School of Law and Administration. Since 1983 she has been a certified German translator with the Polish Supreme Technical Organisation.

Ms Rogozińska has been active in a number of professional organisations, including the Regional Council of the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys. She is a member of the Polish Chapter of the Licensing Executives Society (LES) and currently serves as president of LES Poland. Since 2006 she has been a member of the Disciplinary Committee of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office.

Firm details

POLSERVICE Patent and Trademark Attorneys Office
73 Bluszczanska Street
Warsaw 00-712
Poland

Contact details

E: alicja.rogozinska@polservice.com.pl
T: +48 22 44 74 600
W: www.polservice.com.pl

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