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Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.

STOCK EXCHANGE BUILDING, UL. KSIAZECA 4, 00-498 WARSAW, POLAND
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Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k., Robert Lis, Warsaw, POLAND

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Robert Lis

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Greenberg Traurig LLP

Work Department

Litigation | Intellectual Property & Technology

Position

Local Partner

Career

Robert Lis focuses his practice on litigation and merger and acquisition transactions, with an emphasis on corporate and labor law matters. He also has experience handling public procurement and intellectual property matters.

Areas of Concentration

  • Litigation
  • Mergers and acquisitions
  • Labor law
  • Corporate law
  • Public procurement
  • Intellectual Property

Languages

  • Polish, Native
  • English, Fluent

Member

  • Member, Bar Association of Warsaw

Education

  • Advocate, 2001
  • Master of Law, the University of Warsaw, 1997
  • Diploma, The British Center of English and European Legal Studies, the University of Warsaw, 1995


Poland

Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak sp. k.'s Paweł Pietkiewicz leads the litigation and arbitration team, which works closely with the office's other departments on a variety of litigation and arbitration matters. The group has particular expertise in proceedings initiated by the Polish financial regulator. Pietkiewicz is representing mBank in a consumer class action, consisting of 1,300 claimants, arising out of foreign currency denominated mortgages; having overturned the second instance decision before the Supreme Court, the case is now at the Court of Appeal in Łódź. Andrzej Wysokiński is representing PZU against a claim brought by minority shareholder Manchester Securities, seeking compensation for the alleged non-payment of dividends in 2007. Paweł Tatarczak is recommended for his expertise in commercial arbitration, while Robert Lis focuses on contentious corporate and IP matters. Michał Bobrzyński joined the team from Weil, Gotshal & Manges LLP in July 2018.

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