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MELD provides legal services dedicated to the electromobility sector. We serve Polish and foreign entities that are charging station operators, charging service providers, suppliers of IT systems for managing charging infrastructure, mobile applications, as well as entrepreneurs involved in the installation and sale of stations. We advise on all relevant legal aspects of the business: from commercial contracts, installation and warranty conditions to regulatory, tax, IT and GDPR aspects. We support our clients in lobbying efforts to shape a transparent and industry-adapted legal regime for electromobility. We keep abreast of changes in the legal environment and facilitate adaptation to them.

 

We participate in the life of the emobility industry, attending conferences and industry evernts, including the annual New Mobility Congress.

 

We are also a member of the Polish Alternative Fuels Association.

The electromobility practice is headed by attorney-at law Agnieszka Oleszczuk-Sowa, who has over 10 years of experience in legal advisory for entrepreneurs..

Our sample experience:

  1. Preparation of a set of contractual templates relating to installation, sale as well as lease of charging stations, service conditions;
  2. Drafting of warranty conditions relating to charging stations and installation services;
  3. Preparation of a SaaS agreement for the use of charging infrastructure management software;
  4. Preparation of regulations for the provision of services in the SaaS model related to the management of the charging infrastructure and the provision of the charging service;
  5. Preparation of regulations for the mobile application for the provision of the charging service;
  6. Preparation and negotiation of the framework agreement for the installation of the charging stations;
  7. Preparation and negotiation of the agreement for the use of the charging infrastructure management platform;
  8. Preparing and negotiating contracts and agreements between the charging station operator and the owner of the charging station, including the distribution of profit from the station;
  9. Verification of the regulations, privacy policy and the content and operation of the mobile application for the provision of charging services for compliance with data protection regulations;
  10. Comprehensive legal advice to the manufacturer of the mobile application for charging of electric vehicles at the stage of its creation (privacy by design, regulatory issues, charging services).

Agnieszka Oleszczuk-Sowa

PARTNER | ATTORNEY AT LAW