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RöHRENSCHEF, Bartosz Piechota, Warsaw, POLAND

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Bartosz Piechota

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Dispute resolution

Position

Bartosz Piechota is an advocate (adwokat) admitted to the Warsaw Bar of Advocates and a founding partner at RöHRENSCHEF. Since January 2015 Bartosz has been a Central European Liaison Officer of the Insolvency Section at the International Bar Association. He has extensive experience in representing entrepreneurs acting on different markets in complex commercial disputes before state courts and arbitration tribunals. Recently he has advised the biggest domestic and international construction companies in many constructions disputes. He specializes also in real estate disputes and shareholders disputes. Bartosz Piechota has advised in many Polish and cross-border bankruptcy and restructuring proceedings and has represented the interests of the main Polish and international financial institutions. Bartosz Piechota advises also in share sale transactions, real estate transactions and financing of investments projects and provides legal advice to companies in the area of company law and labour law. He is also an experienced participant in criminal cases.

Career

In 2010 Marcin Radwan-Röhrenschef, Bartosz Piechota and Katarzyna Petruczenko founded RöHRENSCHEF. Prior to joining the partnership Bartosz Piechota was a member of the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Practice Group at Wardyński & Partners. He also worked in the corporate and litigation department in Allen & Overy’s office in Warsaw. In 2013 Bartosz was awarded a "Rising Stars" ranking by the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna daily.

Languages

Bartosz Piechota speaks English.

Member

Bartosz Piechota is an advocate (adwokat) admitted to the Warsaw Bar of Advocates and a founding partner at RöHRENSCHEF. Since January 2015 Bartosz has been a Central European Liaison Officer of the Insolvency Section at the International Bar Association.

Education

Bartosz Piechota is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University - LLM (2005) and Cardiff University Law School - Diploma in Legal Studies (2005). He also completed an American law course organized by the University of Florida Levin College of Law and the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University, and a Cross-Border Dispute Resolution Program at Lex Mundi Institute (USA).


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Dispute resolution

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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