Mr Tomasz Konopka > Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak
UL. JASNA 26
00-054 WARSAW
Poland
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Work Department

Criminal law, Litigation, Securities & Capital Markets Law, Corporate Law and commercial transactions, Intellectual Property law

Position

Partner at Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak. He specializes in business crime cases including white collar crime, representation of clients related to custom seizures of counterfeit products and court litigation. Tomasz represents Polish and foreign clients before the courts, arbitration institutions and law enforcement authorities. Tomasz also advises on matters relating to corporate law and securities.

Career

Tomasz Konopka joined SK&S in 2002. He has been a Partner since January 2013. Tomasz currently leads the criminal law department. Prior to joining SK&S, Tomasz was a lawyer in a number of companies, including those listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

Languages

Polish, English

Memberships

He is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).

Education

Tomasz Konopka graduated with a law degree from UMCS Lublin University in 1995.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > White-collar crime

(Leading individuals)

Tomasz KonopkaSoltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak

At Soltysinski Kawecki & Szlezak, the firm takes a multidisciplinary approach to white-collar criminal defence, utilising the its strong tax, competition, employment and IP departments. The group is instructed by corporates and individuals on investigations and criminal litigation, notably in relation to corruption, fraud, tax fraud, cybercrime and money laundering. Heading the group is Tomasz Konopka, a highly regarded criminal defence lawyer with substantial experience before the Polish courts. Katarzyna Randzio-Sajkowska is another name to note, particularly for cross-border investigations, where she has expertise in the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Senior associate Michał Opala is building a strong practice in compliance issues.