Bartosz Kurzyniewski is an associate working in the Firm's Dispute Resolution, Arbitration and White Collar groups. He provides legal assistance to clients in court and administrative proceedings. He also has experience in conducting internal investigations.
Bars and Courts
Advocate trainee, Regional Bar Chamber in Warsaw
Faculty of Law and Administration
American Law Program, The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law
Assisting in an internal investigation in connection with public tenders involving a Polish subsidiary of a multinational corporation.
Advising a company in relation to various civil and criminal proceedings concerning combatting unfair competition from its former employees.
Advising a multinational company in relation to the detention of one of its employees in Poland.
Advising a multinational company in relation to various proceedings related to providing web hosting services in Poland.
Advising clients in a number of complicated enforcement proceedings.
Advising a client in a dispute over domain names on the Internet.
Advising one of the biggest Polish charitable organizations in relation to a dispute concerning the improper performance of a grant agreement.
Advising a major car manufacturer in relation to the so-called Diesel-gate.
Advising a construction company in a dispute over the proper amount of payment for the lease of construction equipment.
Advising the head of a charitable organization in a criminal case concerning money laundering allegations.
Bartosz represented the Jagiellonian University in Kraków in two international moot court competitions concerning public international law and international commercial arbitration: the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition (named best oralist of the Polish national rounds) and the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot.