Professional representatives in IP cases

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Polish law provides that, in principle, a party may perform a legal action either personally or through a professional representative. In specific cases, a person may be represented by a family member, a company employee or another person who professionally represents other persons and companies before courts and public offices – a so-called ‘professional representative’, such as an attorney at law, a legal adviser or a patent attorney


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