publication date: December 8, 2022

KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI is taking part in second annual TR35 Festival which is the presentation by MIT Technology Review of the Innovators Under 35, accompanied with their success stories within biomedicine, computing, energy, and robotics, climate change, AI and materials science.

This is the meeting on online platform organized by the best technical university in the world.

KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI takes part in such events, not only in the role of legal experts, but also as the intermediary between the investors and innovators and other entities whose cooperation enables commercialization of technologies presented at the events.


Photos from the art gallery in the graphics of the internet portal – IP issues under Polish and EU law

publication date: December 8, 2022

Copyright to archival public photos and photos of museum collections.

Polish law shows the lack of dedicated comprehensive legal constructions as to the rules on which the image of museum collections can be used by web designers. This problem seems to be an interdisciplinary issue and subject to standard copyright protection rules, despite the fact that more and more often the deregulation of IP rights for the digitization of cultural entities encounters comprehensive solutions at the statutory level as part of the implementation of EU solutions. An example of recent legislation is the ongoing work at the Polish Government Legislation Center on a draft amendment to the Copyright Act by introducing a new Art. 262 in order to provide “cultural heritage institutions” with systemic deregulation tools, standard IP protection for the reproduction of works for the purpose of text and data mining for the purposes of scientific research, thus implementing Art. 3 of Directive (EU) 2019/790 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 April 2019 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market and amending Directives 96/9/EC and 2001/29/EC (OJ EU L 130 of 17.05.2019, p. 92).



publication date: December 8, 2022

On December 12, 2022, the first industry meeting of POLISH TELEHEALTH ALLIANCE 2022 will take place in the building of the Warsaw Stock Exchange, where the most important entities operating on this market, together with representatives of public administration, will try to find an answer to the question of ‘Why telemedicine is not widely available in within the framework of benefits guaranteed in Poland’.

The event is a closed working conference, organized by the environment of telemedicine companies and addressed to entities from the telemedicine market. Among the organizers there are companies such as: Clebre, Medapp, Nestmedic, Pro-PLUS, Sidly, Telemedycyna Polska. During the event, participants will discuss patients’ access to telemedicine solutions, identify market blockers and work out joint actions with the Ministry of Health, the National Health Fund and the Medical Research Agency, aimed at market development and implementation.



On December 8, 2022, the MEDmeetsTECH conference is held in Warsaw. Participants of the autumn edition of the event will discuss the directions of development and trends in the blockchain area in medicine. A debate and a presentation of the most interesting MEDTECH start-ups are also planned for this day.

MEDmeetsTECH is an event connecting the world of medicine, start-ups and business. For the third time, it will take place in a hybrid formula. The theme of the meeting will be the #Blockchain area. Its autumn edition will be an opportunity for people creating an ecosystem for the activities of medical start-ups in Poland to learn from each other an intelligent approach to technology in healthcare. These include inventors, representatives of the medical world, investors, business leaders, representatives of public and private institutions and students.


KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI participated in “Energy Efficient Networks – Roundtable 1” organized by techUK

publication date: December 7, 2022

KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI was pleased to participate in the first event of the series ‘Energy Efficient Networks’ taking place on December 7, 2022 organised by Tech-UK & Capapult CSA.

This was first of five roundtables devoted to energy efficient networks.

Co-Chair Dr Andy G Sellars introduced relevant questions to identify priorities for future research and innovation, mostly in respect of technologies and architectures that will affect energy requirements of future telecom networks.

Dr. Micheal Short of UK Department for International Trade Chief Scientific Adviser discussed the questions of considerable increase of consumption of mobile networks power and options of reduction of energy consumption. The most important options are: