About our legal office
The founding principles of our Law Office are that we always care for our clients’ interests, we strictly observe the rules of professional conduct and ethics and we keep all matters confidential. We provide comprehensive services for small and medium companies and individual clients. Where necessary, we cooperate with external lawyers from Poland and abroad who specialize in various areas of law, as well as with notaries, bailiffs, tax advisors, architects, foreign language translators, doctors and other experts.
Our experienced team of legal specialists focuses on fast and open communication, immediately responding to all customer needs. Attorney-client privilege is one of our priorities while dealing with cases. All information disclosed by our clients is treated with the greatest care, whether it is related to providing legal assistance or running a case, even in the event of expiry or termination of the contract with the client. A guarantee of independence, loyalty and care for the client’s interest, adherence to the principles of professional ethics, and confidentiality, form the foundations of our legal activity.
Our team of lawyers comprises a group of ambitious, determined and energetic lawyers.
We operate in the best interests of our clients by adjusting the cost of our consultancy in accordance with the solutions desired, the level of complexity of a particular case and the rewards that will be obtained. We focus on honesty and thus, at the beginning of any cooperation, we are very open about fees.
Dr Tomasz GullaADVOCATE, MANAGING PARTNER
Dr Gulla has considerable experience in commercial matters, company law, transformations, mergers of business entities, civil law, debt collection, bankruptcy and reorganization law, insurance law, negotiation, etc. H commenced his legal work in 2007, in one of Gdańsk’s law firms, before starting his individual legal practice in June 2013.
2006 – graduate of law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdańsk;
2008 – graduate of the post-graduate studies „The Law of Financial Services of the European Union” (WPiA, UG);
2012 – PhD in law – Chair of Material and Executive Criminal Law and Forensic Psychiatry, WPiA, UG;
2013 – graduate of the postgraduate studies „Medical Law for lawyers” (Faculty of Law, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń);
Since April 2013 – advocate of the Koszalin Chamber of Advocates;
Since February 2014 – lecturer on the subject of „Transport Law” – Gdańsk University of Technology;
Since August 2014 – Certified Auditor for internal audits (CICA) – Certified Auditor for Internal Control, awarded by TheIIC (The Institute For Internal Controls).
Since 25 March 2015 – a member of the Supervisory Board of the company „Miejski Zakład Komunikacji” Sp. z o.o., based in Słupsk.
Since June 11, 2016 – Judge of the Disciplinary Court at the ORA in Koszalin;
2018 – graduate of postgraduate studies „Intellectual Property Law” (Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw).
Aleksandra Dąbek-HecLEGAL ADVISOR
In 2006, Ms Dąbek-Hec graduated from law studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdańsk and obtained her master’s degree. In 2007-2011 she completed legal training at the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Gdańsk, with a legal counsel qualifications exam. In 2011 she registered as a legal advisor with the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Gdańsk. She has gained her professional experience working in leading Tri-city law firms and during many years of work in the state administration sector .
Ms Dąbek-Hec specializes in:
– family and guardianship law, in particular in the area of divorce cases, statutory community property both during and after marriage, alimony matters, matters relating to establishing contacts with minors, or matters relating to the deprivation or limitation of parental authority of a parent;
– property law, in particular in the field of regulating the legal status of real estate, matters related to the issuance of movables or real estate (admission to community), demarcation of real estate, matters related to the establishment of easement (including easement of transmission), infringement of ownership and abolition of joint ownership ;
– commercial law, in particular, establishment of companies, their transformation and reporting of changes in entities and objects in the National Court Register, and ongoing advice to companies in their business activity;
– labour law, in particular in the field of checking and preparing internal employer records, and providing ongoing legal assistance in the field of employee problems reported by clients,
– debt collection;
– the law of inheritance, in particular in matters relating to the abolition of inheritance, in cases concerning preservation;
– construction law, in particular the recovery of subcontractors’ claims from investors or contractors;
– motor vehicle/personal damages and related claims;
– contract law, in particular the analysis of civil law contracts in Polish and English, with a special focus on the supplier industry.
Her professional experience includes representation of clients before courts of all instances. She provides ongoing legal services to clients which are tailored to the needs of a specific client. This includes legal services to foreign clients applying to the court system, such as providing legal advice and conducting court proceedings against Polish entities. She has extensive experience in negotiations between entrepreneurs and others.
Małgorzata MatykaEUROPEAN AND POLISH PATENT ATTORNEY
Graduate of the Faculty of Chemistry at the Gdańsk University of Technology and the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Gdańsk. She completed postgraduate studies on Industrial Property Law as well as Competition Law and Consumer Protection (Institute od the Intelectual Property Law at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków). PhD student at the Institute of Law Studies on the Polish Academy of Sciences. She is a Polish and European patent attorney, runs her own Law and Patent Office. She is a member of the Polish Chamber of the Patent Attorneys, registered on the list of the Institute of the Professional Representatives Before The European Patent Office and the list of Professional Representatives Before the European Union Intellectual Property Office in Alicante.
She is also a judge of the Disciplinary Court of the Polish Chamber of the Patent Attorneys.
Karolina Skwierawska– apprentice,
Ms Skwierawska is a law student at the Eugeniusz Kwiatkowski School of Business and Administration in Gdynia. Chairwoman of the Administrative Law Society. Her legal expertise includes managing activities at the Student Legal Advisory Centre, and being a member of both the Faculty Council and the Student Parliament at the School of Business and Administration. She has been a participant in many nationwide conferences on the development of student self-governments. In October 2016, she conducted a training course on the rights and obligations of students. Her interests also lie in property law and family civil law, which she intends to specialize in.