Aleksander Stawicki > WKB Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

WKB Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr
PLAC STANISLAWA MALACHOWSKIEGO 2
00-066 WARSAW
Poland

Work Department

Competition Law

Position

Senior partner at WKB, head of the Competition Law practice

Career

Aleksander represents clients before Polish and international competition and regulatory authorities and courts in matters concerning law enforcement, protection of collective consumer interests and unfair competition. He advises on concentration procedures and compliance programmes. His expertise is recognised across the international competition law community. He co-edited the Commentary to the Act on Competition and Consumer Protection published by Wolters Kluwer and is a regular contributor to the prestigious Kluwer Competition Law Blog.

Languages

Polish, English.

Memberships

Union Internationale des Avocats – the President of the Competition Law Commission, American Bar Association, International Bar Association, Polish Competition Law Association.

Education

Aleksander graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. He also completed, cum laude, the LL.M. Pallas Program in European Business Law, a joint programme involving seven partner European universities.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Competition/antitrust

(Hall of Fame)

Aleksander StawickiWKB Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr

WKB Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr‘s ‘excellent‘ team is noted for its broad competition law practice, covering cartel cases, leniency programmes, distribution agreements, as well as abuse of dominance proceedings, merger control issues and consumer protection. The group is also regularly instructed in private enforcement cases and follow-on litigation. The group is jointly led by Aleksander Stawicki (‘excellent at advising on navigating‘ complex competition law issues); and Bartosz Turno, whom clients rate for his state aid practice. Counsel Dorota Karczewska, who is ‘not afraid to present courageous positions‘ in relation to competition and consumer protection proceedings, and draws on the expertise gained in her previous role as vice-president of the Polish competition authority.