Joanna Krakowiak advises firms from the consumer products sector as well as industries governed by special regulatory regimes, including pharmaceutical law, food law and regulations governing cosmetics and medical devices, concerning market entry procedures, labelling and sales models. She reviews advertising campaigns for consumer products and advises on how to reduce the risk of advertising being challenged by competitors, consumers or regulators.
She has experience in negotiating and drafting contracts for conduct of clinical trials as well as issues related to data protection and cybersecurity.
She represents clients in administrative and civil litigation, including patent disputes, as well as cases involving exclusivity of products.
She also deals with commercial contracts and evaluation of product liability risks with respect to manufacturers and distributors.
In M&A, she participates in corporate due diligence.
She has worked with Wardyński & Partners since 2002.
Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (2002, with distinction), where she also completed the programme of the British Law Centre in conjunction with the University of Cambridge
ADR course (arbitration, mediation and negotiations), Tulane University at Humboldt University of Berlin
European Food Law Association (EFLA) – Board Member
Polish Council for Supplements and Nutritional Foods (KRSiO), expert
Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law
“Distribution of pharmaceuticals after legal changes,” 2020 Yearbook
“Medical devices: A global business with regional regulatory regimes,” 2019 Yearbook
“How to avoid food waste: Reworks in the production process” (co-author), 2018 Yearbook
“Clean-label foods”, 2017 Yearbook
„Voluntary information about foods on labels and in advertising: Selected practical aspects,” LEX/el, 2017
“Legal classification of stem-cell therapies: Grounds for discussion,” Radca prawny. Zeszyty naukowe, No. 1(6)/2016
“Transparency of reports from clinical trials” 2015 Yearbook
“Cola boycott in Polish schools?” 2014 Yearbook
“A roadmap to saving lives,” 2011 Yearbook