Katarzyna Sadrak practices in the area of EU competition law, with a particular focus on abuse of a dominant position, anti-competitive agreements and the interface between IP and competition laws. Katarzyna has experience in dealing with competition law issues arising across a broad spectrum of industries ranging from high-tech industries, from telecommunications and media to automotive, energy, post and finance. Katarzyna has authored several publications in the competition law field.
Orlen in relation to its merger
with Grupa Lotos.
Unlockd in its litigation against Google for abusing its dominant position
by removing Unlockd’s apps from the Google Play Store ecosystem and
denying access to its ad server Admob.
Huawei in FRAND licensing negotiations and related litigation.
O2 regarding the European Commission’s investigation of its
network sharing agreement with T-Mobile.
Slovak Telekom’s appeal from the European Commission decision on margin squeeze.
An Post in relation to postal regulation and competition issues.
University of Heidelberg, Ph.D. (2019, expected)
Harvard Law School, Visiting Researcher, 2018
University of Heidelberg, LL.M., 2015
Jagiellonian University, Master in Law, 2014
Poland (2019, expected)
English, German, French, Polish
Publications and speaking engagements
EU Competition Law Fining System: A Quantitative Assessment” in N.
Charbit, C. S. Malhado, E. Yang (eds), Douglas H. Ginsburg, An
Antitrust Professor on the Bench Liber Amicorum – Volume I, (2018,
Concurrences) with Damien Geradin – Antitrust Writing Award 2018
in der Rechtsprechung des OLG Düsseldorf in der Sache Sisvel v. Haier“
(2018) 5 IP-Rechtsberater – IPRB 105 [EN: “Huawei
Licensing Framework in the judgement of OLG Düsseldorf in Sisvel v. Haier]
agreements and actions for antitrust damages after the CDC Hydrogen
Peroxide judgment”, (2017) 10(15) Yearbook of Antitrust and
Regulatory Studies 77
Commission in arbitral proceedings dealing with EU competition law – a
“friend” or “unwelcomed guest”?” (2017) 3 International Journal of
Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management 267
Genentech Case: A Missed Opportunity?”, Kluwer Arbitration Blog,
with Emilio Paolo Villano