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Agnieszka Wojciechowska

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Dentons

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Construction, Litigation, Arbitration

Position

Agnieszka Wojciechowska, counsel, heads the Construction Disputes practice in Dentons’ Warsaw office. She represents clients in domestic and international proceedings, before both state courts and arbitral tribunals. She handles matters related to a wide range of civil law including commercial and corporate disputes. Agnieszka has unique experience in construction disputes, including those based on FIDIC conditions of contract (Yellow, Red and Silver Books). She advises private investors, public employers, contract engineers, contractors and subcontractors across the construction industry. Of particular note is her extensive experience in handling complex, high-value disputes, encompassing road and office building construction, railway, energy and environmental investments. Agnieszka has developed significant practice of construction dispute avoidance.

Career

Head of Construction Disputes practice at Dentons’ Warsaw office since 2015

Admitted as an Advocate, Poland, 2010

Languages

Polish, English


Poland

Construction

Within: Construction

Dentons’ ‘business-focused and technically able’ group maintains a diverse client base, spanning contractors, subcontractors, developers, and public agencies. The team is acting for the consortium of Saipem, Techint and PBG in a dispute with Polskie LNG. It also advised Apsys on contractual matters for the construction of Posnania shopping centre. Counsel Piotr Staniszewski heads the transactional practice, while counsel Agnieszka Wojciechowska manages disputes.

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Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Dentons’ ‘reliable’ group provides ‘great service’ to parties in high-stakes litigation and arbitration. ‘Professional, open-minded and creative’ leader Wojciech Kozłowski, Michał Jochemczak and counsel Agnieszka Wojciechowska are representing a consortium of Saipem, Techint and PBG in a claim against Polskie LNG arising from the €550m EPC contract for the construction of an LNG regasification terminal. Katarzyna Bilewska is also recommended, alongside counsel Radosław Góral. Stanisław Żemojtel joined from Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland.

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