In the TVP’s ‘Eurofakty’ news programme there appeared a commentary from Marek Wiński, a partner in the law firm Hasik, Wiński and Partners, who, on behalf of the Chamber of Digital Economy, commented on the implementation of the European Union Directive 2011/83/UE on consumer rights in Poland.
On the 22nd of April 2014 Dziennik Gazeta Prawna published an interview with a partner in the law firm Hasik, Wiński and Partners, attorney at law Marek Wiński, regarding the protection of copyright in the internet. The pretext to this conversation was the verdict of the Court of Justice of the EU as a result of legal action brought by Film Verleih GmbH and Constantin Wega Filmproduktionsgesellschaft GmbH against Telekabel Wien GmbH (REF Act C-314/12). In accordance with the above-mentioned verdict, a passive provider of internet access services can be ordered to block the website which publishes materials infringing the copyright of third parties. The European Court of Justice found that ordering the internet provider to block access to a website containing illegal content does not infringe any rights of economic freedom and access to information.
On the 15th of July 2013, the daily journal "Rzeczpospolita" published an article by Łukasz Kuligowski entitled "E-okazja za 0 złotych" ["E-bargain for 0 PLN"], including an expert commentary by attorney at law Marek Wiński, a partner in the law firm Hasik, Wiński and Partners.
The article is devoted to the issues of e-sales and focuses on situations when the minimum price had not been set at the time of listing the product at an online auction, or situations when the consumer uses an error of e-store service, which occurs when a certain product is listed inappropriately undercharged or even for free.