Ms Beata Cieszyńska > Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile
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Ms Beata Cieszyńska
Infrastructure and Energy Practice
- Specialises in legal advice to companies in the infrastructure sector, particularly on construction investments and construction investment implementation contracts.
- Represents both public and private entities in disputes between investment participants (claim management).
- Advises on projects implemented in the road, rail, water and sewage and energy sectors.
- Specialises in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, especially in the energy, construction and telematics sectors.
- Also has experience in carrying out legal due diligences of businesses and advising on mergers and acquisitions, planning capital structures and restructuring projects.
- Represents clients in corporate disputes.
- Advises entities in the defence industry.
Member of the Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law.
Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka‘s construction department sits within the firm’s infrastructure and energy practice and supports clients throughout a project, especially regarding contracts, design work, supervision agreements, and agreements with utility suppliers. It advises both public and private sector clients, and also assists with public procurement matters. Contentious mandates are particular strengths and the team frequently draws on the firm’s litigation department. Tomasz Darowski leads the construction group with expertise in a wide range of sectors, including railway, road, waste management and energy, and Marcin Krakowiak heads up the infrastructure and energy team. Also of note are senior associates Kamil Pociecha, who specialises in infrastructure projects, Beata Cieszyńska, who handles construction projects and contracts, and Michal Przychoda, who advises clients on the preparation and implementation stages of a project.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution
- Energy and natural resources
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Private client
- Public procurement