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Tytus Cytowski is an American technology lawyer and the founder of Cytowski & Partners. Tytus has developed a successful startup law practice focusing on European startups scaling and fundraising in Silicon Valley. Tytus started his adventure as an entrepreneur by opening his own law firm in the middle of the financial crisis in New York City. Prior to founding his own firm, Tytus worked for a venture capital fund and as a financial service lawyer in a leading international law firm in New York City.
Tytus specializes in seed/series A financing, 'flip' transactions and exits. His clients include startups from YC, 500 Startups and Techstars. Tytus is a diligent, pragmatic and deal oriented lawyer with very detailed knowledge about the startup industry. He is considered as one of the most experienced VC lawyers for CEE startups that want to future-proof a deal for global investors.
He holds his law degree from Harvard Law School (LLM 05) and Warsaw University (LLB 03). Tytus is admitted as an attorney in New York and Poland. He is mentor at several incubators/accelerators in the USA/EU and advises governments and large corporations on innovation.
Tytus has an LLM degree from Harvard Law School.
Kunal Kolhe graduated from Boston University School of Law (LL.M 2018) and holds a bachelor’s degree
in law (LLB 2015) from Indian Law Society’s Law College, India.
Kunal has prior multi-faceted legal experience in the areas of US corporate law, tax law and immigration law. He previously worked with a legal tech start-up with the development of their product. Kunal has also extensive experience with India and US intellectual property law issues.
Kunal is a member of the Bar Council of Maharashtra & Goa (India) and his admission to the New York State bar is pending.
Ben Natter specializes in a variety of intellectual property and brand protection matters including product and company name selection, trademark availability and clearance, branding strategies, trademark assignments, license agreements, management and prosecution of worldwide and domestic trademark portfolios, enforcement of trademark rights and negotiation of trademark disputes, negotiation and litigation regarding Internet issues.
Ben holds a JD from Seton Hall Law School and a BA from Union College.
Ben is admitted to the New York and New Jersey bar and practices in the US District Courts: Southern District of New York, Eastern District of New York and New Jersey.
Tomiwa Ogundipe holds her law degrees from Harvard Law School (LL.M 2017) and the University of Lagos (LL.B 2012).
Prior to joining Cytowski & Partners, Tomiwa practiced law for three years as an associate in M. A. Banire & Associates, Nigeria. She has advised and represented clients on a variety of matters, including regulatory compliance, corporate restructuring, commercial litigation, international arbitration and appeared as sole or junior counsel in a number of court proceedings.
Tomiwa specializes in startups, seed financing, employee compensation, corporate law and international arbitration.
She is admitted in New York State and Nigeria.
Glen has almost two decades of legal experience advising on investment funds and related corporate transactions, particularly in cross-border scenarios.
He has served as a partner in the corporate/investment management practices at both a top 10 global law firm as well as an international mega-boutique firm specializing in the needs of ultra-high-net-worth investors and their advisors. In addition to a wide range of conventional legal experience,
Glen graduated from Brown University, and also from the University of North Carolina’s School of Law, where he served as editor in chief of its Law Review.
Glen is a member of the New York Bar and is also admitted to practice as a Solicitor of England & Wales.
Michal worked in top tier international law firms in Poland and as an in-house lawyer as the Head of the Law Division at Empik (largest Polish ecommerce platform).
He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. Michal focuses on data processing, digital impact regulations, M&A and international expansion to Poland.
Michal is a member of the Advocate Bar in Warsaw. He is fluent in English and French, and communicative in Spanish.
Justyna Kisielewicz is chief operating officer at the firm. As such, Justyna focuses on key strategic, cultural, and operational initiatives and works closely with the executive leadership and associate team in establishing firm wide strategic and operational priorities. She is a professionally trained painter (MFA Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts) and an advisor to various art and tech start ups in the Bay Area and Europe.
Prior to joining Cytowski and Partners, she worked as an attorney at two top-tier law firms in Nigeria. She regularly advised domestic and international clients on a wide range of transactions in the oil and gas, banking and finance, telecommunications industries, among others. She also represented clients’ interests before various courts and arbitral tribunals.
Eresi provides services to technology startups on incorporation, financing, employment, tax and intellectual property issues.
She is admitted in Nigeria and currently awaits admission to the New York State bar.
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