Maria Przybylska-Karczemska is an attorney and patent attorney.

She is a graduate of Łódź University, Faculty of Law and Administration, a lawyer since 2005 and a patent attorney since 2012. Her postgraduate studies were in Industrial Property Law at Warsaw University, Faculty of Law and Administration (2010).

In 2005-2006 she cooperated with CAVERE Law Firm in Warsaw, providing corporate services to entrepreneurs.

From 2006 to 2008, she worked with Chałas i Wspólnicy Sp. k. in Warsaw, serving the firm's clients in the Intellectual Property Department.

Since 2008, he has been running an individual law firm based in Lodz, cooperating with the Patent Attorney's Office of Dr. Chrystian Przybylski, Eng.

Maria specialises in intellectual property law, in particular trademarks, industrial designs, unfair competition, personal rights and copyrights. She has extensive experience in pre-court settlements of disputes, negotiation of settlements, court disputes before common civil courts, criminal cases, and before administrative courts and patent offices, as well as a several years experience in Family Law and inheritance and commercial proceedings.

She is the author of many opinions, legal analyses and articles on civil law, copyrights and industrial property. Maria advised in numerous commercial transactions, including transactions involving the sale of enterprises or their structural part and transfer of technologies.

She is entered on the list of professional representatives before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)in Alicante, Spain and is a member of the District Bar Council in Łódź as well as the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys in Warsaw.

Chrystian Przybylski, PhD, MSc. holds a Master of Science and a PhD in Chemistry. A patent attorney since 1983, he set up his own Patent Office in 1996.

He graduated from the Łodź Technical University, Faculty of Chemistry in 1965 with an MSc in Chemistry. In 1981, obtained a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Chemistry and in 1983 qualified as a patent attorney. Dr. Przybylski completed postgraduate studies in Industrial Property Law at Jagiellonian University in Kraków and postgraduate studies on Enterprise Management under Market Economy Conditions at ŁódŸ University, Faculty of Economics and Sociology

He was employed as a research worker and patent attorney at the Institute of Dyes and Organic Products in Zgierz and at the Dye Industry Plant “BORUTA” in Zgierz (1972–2008), and functioned as the Director of the Institute from 1990 to 1996.

He is entered on the list of professional representatives before the European Patent Office (EPO) as well as on the list of professional representatives before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in Alicante, Spain. He performed the function of a member of the Disciplinary Court of Appeals at the Polish Chamber of Patent Attorneys.

His extensive professional achievements include 27 published and 23 unpublished scientific works as well as authorship and co-authorship of 71 patented inventions; 18 of these have been implemented in the industry and were given several sectoral awards.

Dr Przybylski has nearly 30 years experience working as a patent attorney. During that time he prepared application documents for the Polish Patent Office with respect to over 300 inventions and designs as well as 1600 trademarks (national registrations in Poland, international and community registrations). He represented clients in disputes concerning industrial property issues and unfair competition in pre-court situations before the Polish Patent Office and in administrative or common courts. He advises businesses on developing strategies in the area of industrial property for enterprises.