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Katarzyna Misztal focuses her practice on civil and criminal law matters. She is also interested in alternative dispute resolution (ADR). During her studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Jagiellonian University, she finished American Law Program prepared in cooperation of Jagiellonian University and Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law. She was also studying abroad, on the Institute of Criminology of the University of Malta.
Before she joined White & Case Katarzyna Misztal was also advising institutional clients on administrative law matters. Her practice included participation in proceedings for the issuance of decisions on the granting of zoning permits and building permits, preparation of opinions on environmental law issues and advising a large Polish company in the scope of claims of natural persons arising from the establishment of a limited use area. She has also had an internship on an M&A team, where she prepared due diligence reports.
Advice for a large Polish company in the scope of claims of natural persons arising from the establishment of a limited use area.
Representation of a harmed party in criminal proceedings in a money laundering case.
Advice for a bookmaker company in the scope of permitted advertisement of gambling and model of conducting legal gambling activity.
Participation in a class action against an insurance company in connection with consumer claims arising under life insurance policies with insurance capital funds.
Participation in a class action against bank for damages in relation to the alleged tort liability of the bank's agent.
Preparation of insurance reports regarding existence of insurance cover for the loss connected with the alleged liability of the insured under D&O insurance agreement.
Advice for an international trade network in the scope of consumer law and the policy for making complaints.
Advice for a state cultural institution in civil proceedings for the return of a work of art contained in its collection.
Providing internal and external training on the subject of criminal procedure (including current changes in the criminal legislation) and safety of electronic payments.