Mr Michał Jochemczak > Dentons > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Dentons
UL. ZAJECZA 4
00-351 WARSZAWA
POLAND
Poland

Work Department

Arbitration, Litigation

Position

Michał Jochemczak is a partner in Dentons’ Warsaw office, head of the Arbitration team and a member of the Litigation and Arbitration practice group.

He specializes in complex commercial litigation and arbitration proceedings. He represents clients in arbitrations under ICC, VIAC, LCIA rules and in ad hoc domestic and international arbitration. He often appears before Polish courts as well.

Michał has been involved in numerous high-profile and international disputes, both commercial and investment treaty, related to a variety of industry sectors, particularly oil and gas, energy, construction, infrastructure, and real estate. He advises clients on international civil law and in the fields of jurisdiction, enforcement of judgments and conflict of laws. He also provides legal advice to creditors, management and shareholders in bankruptcy and insolvency proceedings. He has in-depth experience in corporate matters as well as in procedural issues of competition law.

Michał sits as an arbitrator. He received his first appointment in international arbitration under the ICC Rules at the age of 30.

He was also one of the core members of the ad hoc committee drafting the new Rules of Arbitration of the Lewiatan Arbitration Court.

Career

Partner at Dentons since 2016

Languages

Polish, English

Memberships

Admitted to the Polish bar (2008)

Education

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, 2004, Master of Laws

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Dispute resolution

Dentons splits its team into distinct practice groups, with lawyers specialising in construction, infrastructure and real estate litigation; white-collar criminal defence; regulatory disputes; corporate disputes and; administrative disputes. The Warsaw office is also able to work closely with the firm’s offices across the CEE region, and often coordinates cross-border litigation and arbitration matters. The practice group is led by Anna Maria Pukszto, who focuses on banking disputes and contentious insolvencies. Katarzyna Bilewska leads on corporate disputes, while Michał Jochemczak is in charge of the arbitration practice.