Ms Agnieszka Wojciechowska > Dentons > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Construction, Litigation, Arbitration


Agnieszka Wojciechowska, counsel and a member of the Litigation and Arbitration practice group in Dentons’ Warsaw office, where she heads the Construction Disputes practice.
She represents clients in domestic and international proceedings, before both state courts and arbitral tribunals. She handles matters related to a wide range of civil law including commercial and corporate disputes. Agnieszka has unique experience in construction disputes, including those based on FIDIC conditions of contract (Yellow, Red and Silver Books). She advises private investors, public employers, contract engineers, contractors and subcontractors across the construction industry. Of particular note is her extensive experience in handling complex, high-value disputes, encompassing road and office building construction, railway, energy and environmental investments. Agnieszka has developed significant practice of construction dispute avoidance.


Head of Construction Disputes practice at Dentons since 2015

Admitted as an Advocate, Poland, 2010


Polish, English


University of Warsaw, 2006, Master of Laws

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Construction

(Leading individuals)

Agnieszka WojciechowskaDentons

Dentons‘ construction team is led by the ‘very competent’ Piotr Staniszewski and dispute avoidance expert Agnieszka Wojciechowska. Drawing on cross-practice expertise from its real estate and dispute resolution practices, it handles pre-arbitration negotiations, proceedings before dispute adjudication boards and matters before international tribunals. The client portfolio includes private investors and public employers, with clients active in areas including commercial real estate, oil and gas, energy, infrastructure and environment. A notable highlight concerns its work for Saipem Techint in a high-profile ICC arbitration against Polskie LNG. This case pertains to the construction of Poland’s first LNG regasification terminal.