Aleksandra Oziemska is counsel working in the Firm's Dispute Resolution, Arbitration and White Collar groups. She focuses her practice on corporate compliance matters, government and internal investigations as well as criminal litigation. She has substantial experience in matters involving the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and other anti-corruption laws, including creating and assessing compliance and training programs, as well as conducting anti-corruption due diligence and compliance in the context of mergers and acquisitions.
In 2007 Aleksandra completed an internship as a trainee defense attorney at the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia, a UN-backed body set up to try the Khmer Rouge. She also holds an LLM degree in International Crime & Justice. She is actively involved in pro-bono matters at the Firm.
Università di Torino and United Nations Interregional Crime Research Institute (UNICRI), Turin
American Law Center, (in cooperation with the University of Florida)
One of the leading Polish banks in the course of an investigation conducted by the anti-money laundering (AML) authority, as well as the prosecutor’s criminal investigation, concerning the Bank’s alleged failure to obey AML regulations.
A leading global rating agency in criminal proceedings concerning alleged irregularities in connection with the rating of a municipality.
An international investment fund in connection with the business operations of its Polish gambling company, including legal assistance in a series of prosecutions concerning alleged failure to comply with regulatory obligations applicable to the gambling sector, as well as on-going compliance advice.
An audit committee of a US corporation in an internal investigation into possible fraud in connection with the financial reporting of its Polish subsidiary.
A US corporation on compliance and relations with public officials in its business in Poland.