Tomasz Bukowski

areas of expertise: telecommunication

Tomasz is an associate at Media Law Firm, an expert in telecommunications market regulations and a mediator in telecommunications disputes. He deals with telecommunications regulations, including the telecommunications law, the Act on Supporting the Development of Telecommunications Services and Networks, as well as cooperates with state authorities in charge of telecommunications market regulations and legislative processes.

Tomasz advises on the inter-operator cooperation (including regulated and unregulated services, telecommunications abuse), disputes on access to buildings for telecommunications operators and explanatory and administrative proceedings before the President of UKE. He also provides business consultancy for telecommunications operators on their activities in the regulated market (service, technical, financial, legal and regulatory issues). Tomasz also provides training for telecommunications market participants and participants in the investment process in their rights and obligations.

Tomasz is a graduate of law at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków. For five years he worked at the Telecommunications Department of the Ministry of Infrastructure (now Digitisation), where he dealt with legislation, government strategic programmes for telecommunications and cooperation with the European Commission. Then, for three years he worked for a Warsaw-based law firm, dealing with telecommunications issues, including telecommunications investments. For 9 years he worked at the Office of Electronic Communications, dealing with the regulation of wholesale markets, administrative proceedings on inter-operator disputes and access to buildings for telecommunications operators, telecommunications legislation, as well as cooperation with the European Commission and the European Telecommunications Regulator BEREC.

In 2018 he became a member of the Cybersecurity Working Group established by the Ministry of Digitisation, which develops cybersecurity solutions for the largest possible group of users.