Our office offers specialized consultancy in the area of unfair competition law which is aimed at securing observance of the laws and decencies by the parties to business transactions. Regulations in this area of law are intended to protect the interests of other entrepreneurs and consumers.
The growing number of legal instruments imposing on entrepreneurs a number of obligations, including those of information nature, towards consumers, often requires detailed knowledge of many regulations.
In order to protect the interests of our Client as well as possible, we adjust the type and range of services provided to the requirements of a specific line of business in which they operate. Our team carries out a legal review of the provisions of general terms and conditions of contracts, content and form of advertising materials, websites, whether the ways of product marking comply with relevant regulations of the national and European law.
A comprehensive nature of our consultancy is based on the fact that we not only help our Clients to avoid committing an infringement but also represent their interests in legal disputes involving other market players. Because unfair conduct of the competition can lead to a number of negative consequences. Therefore the range of our services covers also phrasing of cease and desist letters as well as participation in the proceedings before competent courts and government offices.
In addition, experts of the Law Office RGW Roclawski Rechtsanwälte take part in editing the internet news bulletin on combating unfair competition “Unfair Competition & Compliance Portal”.
Important legal instruments:
|The Act on Combating Unfair Competition of 3 July 2004 (Gesetz gegen den unlauteren Wettbewerb, abbr „UWG”)||The Act of 16 April 1993 on Combating Unfair Competition (Ustawa o zwalczaniu nieuczciwej konkurencji)|
|The Act of 23 August 2007 on the Countering of Unfair Business Practices (Ustawa o przeciwdziałaniu nieuczciwym praktykom handlowym)|
|The German Civil Code (Bürgerliches Gesetzbuch, abbr “BGB”)||The Act of 30 May 2014 on Consumer Rights(Ustawa o prawach konsumenta)|