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Marcin Radwan-Rohrenschef

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Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef provides advice on complex commercial disputes, including cases in the areas of criminal, administrative and bankruptcy law. His work is frequently cross border in nature, and he regularly collaborates with international law firms. He has also participated in a range of infrastructure projects. He has worked for Polish and foreign clients in the real estate, hotels, beverages, shipbuilding, railway, pharmaceutical and banking sectors. He has also provided advice to central public administration bodies and ministries. Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef was the originator of the first dispute resolution and arbitration portal in Poland.


For over 15 years Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef worked with leading Polish law firm Wardyński & Partners, where for the last five years of his time there he was head of the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Practice. In 2010, together with Katarzyna Petruczenko and Bartosz Piechota, he founded RöHRENSCHEF. Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef is the author of a wide range of publications (including articles, lectures and legal commentaries) and is a frequent speaker at international conferences.


Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef is fluent in English, French and German


He is a member of the Warsaw Bar of Advocates. He is a deputy member of the District Bar Council in Warsaw and a lecturer on training courses for trainee advocates. Since January 2010 he has been Membership Officer of the Litigation Committee at the International Bar Association (IBA). During 2008-2009 he was Country Chair of the IBA Litigation Committee in Poland. Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef acts as an arbitrator in the panels of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce, as well as in ad hoc arbitration. He is also an arbitrator on the list of the Centre for Mediation and Arbitration of Transport. He is also a member of Higher Disciplinary Court of the Bar of Advocates.


He graduated in law from the University of Warsaw and subsequently received a doctorate in administrative law. He holds a diploma of the International Department of Comparative Law in Strasbourg and completed a research placement at Linacre College, the University of Oxford.


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Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef - RöHRENSCHEF

Within: Dispute resolution

The 'very professional' team at specialised dispute resolution firm RöHRENSCHEF stands out for handling high-profile arbitration proceedings and major commercial litigation. Highlights for 'committed' name partner Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef included successfully defending Volkswagen against a group action brought by diesel car owners requesting compensation following the emissions scandal; claims which were rejected at the first instance but are now before the Court of Appeal. Justyna Tokarzewska represents BGŻ BNP Paribas in several disputes with self-employed commercial agents over the payment of indemnification following the termination of their cooperation agreements. Bartosz Piechota and Katarzyna Petruczenko are also recommended, alongside of counsel Marta Litwińska-Werner.

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