Since enrolling for the Oxford University, Faculty of Law Doctorial programme in 2000 my research interests have firmly been placed in the enforcement of competition law and its intersection with sector specific regulation in emerging media markets. My 2005 DPhil thesis entitled ‘Community Competition Law of Multimedia’ places strong emphasis on market effects of competition law enforcement decisions and public policy formation. Expanded over a number of years with experiences from sector specific regulation in the media and telecoms field, my current work expands over the influence exercised by widely defined public policy instruments on business strategy formation in the Multimedia field.
- Author of the Polish ‘Implementing Regulation on Vertical Restraints’ on commission from the Polish Office for Competition and Consumer Protection later submitted to and passed by the Polish Parliament, in force until 2011
- Since 2006 - Associate at Tadeusz Skoczny Kancelaria Antymonopolowa (Antitrust Consultancy) co-author of a major expertise concerning press markets and litigation support paper for the Polish Competition and Consumer Protection Court concerning relevant market definition for pay-television channels
- 2000-2006 - Assistant case handler at Tadeusz Skoczny Antitrust Consultancy; ‘Do metro stations constitute an essential facility for free-newspaper distribution?’; ‘The failing company principle in a merger between oligopolistic pay-tv operators’; ‘Assessment of the Polish Broadcasting Amendment Bill 2002 in the light of EC policy concerning public mission broadcasting’; ‘Preventive control of media concentrations in the light of EC merger decisions’
- 2000 - Research assistant Merger control in Poland in Rowley & Baker International Mergers, Sweet & Maxwell, London