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Laszczuk i Wspólnicy sp.k., Marek Korcz, Warsaw, POLAND

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Marek Korcz

Work +48 22 351 00 67
Laszczuk i Wspólnicy sp.k.

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Intellectual Property, Telecommunication, New Technologies and Protection of Privacy Practice Group, Mergers and Acquisitions Practice Group, Employment Law Practice Group, Competition Law Practice Group


Marek Korcz advises on telecommunications law, IT law and data privacy and on corporate matters, particularly in regulated industries. His experience includes comprehensive advice on judicial and administrative proceedings, including preparation of the overall strategy for conducting the matter and representation of clients before courts and administrative authorities.


In 1994–2007 he worked with Łaszczuk & Partners. In 2007–2016 he held managerial positions in the legal department of one of Poland’s largest telecommunications operators, including Director of the Legal Department. In 2016 he rejoined the team at Łaszczuk & Partners.


Polish, English


Marek is a member of Ecolmex - association of leading IT and e-commerce, data protection and privacy lawyers.


He is a 1994 graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Jagiellonian University. He was admitted to the practice of law as a legal advisor in 1999.


Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Laszczuk i Wspólnicy sp.k.'s key specialism is BIT and post-arbitration litigation. The team is jointly headed by vastly experienced arbitrators Justyna Szpara and Maciej Łaszczuk. It also includes Marek Korcz, who specialises in judicial and administrative proceedings and telecoms law. The group has a hugely active practice defending airlines in passenger rights issues.

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Laszczuk i Wspólnicy sp.k.

  • Poland Arbitration 2011

    One issue under discussion is whether Poland should become a party to the Washington (ISCID) Convention. Because Poland is a party to more than 60 bilateral investment treaties (BITs) and has recently been a party to several high-profile investment arbitration proceedings, becoming a party to the ISCID Convention is discussed among practitioners, but faces strong opposition on the government side. Apart from that, another issue is whether Poland should continue to maintain BITs at all with other countries within the EU.
    - Laszczuk & Partners

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