Business law with particular emphasis on competition law
I specialise in civil and commercial law, with a particular focus on competition law.
My experience includes ongoing advisory services for companies in the automotive, cosmetics, and entertainment sectors. I advise on all aspects of Polish and EU competition law, including cartels, vertical agreements, and abuse of dominant position. I also deal with cases concerning acts of unfair competition and unfair market practices.
I advise both national as well as international entities. I have extensive experience in conducting court proceedings, including the specificity of commercial disputes. I work in Polish, English, and French on a daily basis.
I graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw. I obtained a one-year scholarship in France at Université de Caen Normandie.
I was also awarded a degree by the Université d’Orléans, where I studied French private economic law, interning in a Parisian court. I participated in the American Law Center program at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw, conducted in cooperation with the Georgia State University College of Law.
I further completed my postgraduate studies at the Polish Academy of Sciences in competition law. I am also a member of the Competition Law Association.
The President of the Polish Competition Authority Imposes Financial Penalties on Managers for the First Time, published in CEE Legal Matters – a print and online publication for and about lawyers interested and working in Europe’s emerging legal markets.