Previously, Mr. Tułodziecki was employed in the legal department of ITI Poland S.A., where he dealt with copyright law matters and became familiar with providing in-house legal services to a holding company of substantial size. During his time at ITI Poland he also participated in the United Kingdom Central European Legal Scholarship Scheme sponsored by the British Foreign Commonwealth Office and Clifford Chance. For a few years, he cooperated with one of the largest Polish law firms, and has for several years worked at international law firms. In 1995, Mr. Tułodziecki was admitted as a legal counselor, and in 1998 completed postgraduate studies on copyright, publishing and media law at the Institute of Patents and Protection of Intellectual Property of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow. In 2001, he was appointed arbitrator of the Copyright Law Commission at the Ministry of Culture. He is currently serving third term as arbitrator of this Commission. Between 2003 and 2007, Oskar cooperated with the Institute of Literary Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Polish Foundation for Science Advancement (PFUN), delivering lectures on media law for postgraduate studies in social communication and media.