Łukasz Zbyszyński | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice
Lukasz Zbyszynski
Lukasz Zbyszynski

Łukasz Zbyszyński

Associate, Warsaw

T +48 22 50 50 189

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Łukasz Zbyszyński specializes in providing legal assistance to clients in court and arbitration proceedings, especially in relation to construction disputes including claims under FIDIC contract conditions. Łukasz also advises clients in insurance and banking disputes.

Łukasz represented the Jagiellonian University in Kraków on numerous occasions in international moot court competitions concerning international commercial and investment arbitration: Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot and Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot. In the 2014 edition of the FDI Moot his team finished third globally and Łukasz was awarded the Honorable Mention for Best Individual Advocates.

Łukasz was also awarded the scholarship of one of the leading Polish law firms for best law students at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University and was honored as one of the twenty best alumni of his class.

Prior to joining White & Case, Łukasz was an intern in the disputes department of a leading Polish law firm.

Bars and Courts

  • Advocate, Regional Bar Chamber in Warsaw


  • Master's Degree, Kraków, Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University


  • Polish
  • English


Advising a consortium of major Polish contractors in a dispute before a state court regarding claims relating to the A2 motorway (FIDIC Yellow Book) (value: approx. EUR 24.5 million).

Advising a consortium of contractors in a dispute concerning the imposition of contractual penalties for delay relating to the construction of the A2 motorway (FIDIC Yellow Book).

Advising a contractor in a dispute (FIDIC Red Book) relating to construction of the S7 expressway.

Advising a contractor in a dispute with an investor and subcontractors regarding the development of a coal mine.

Advising a contractor in a dispute before a state court relating to the adaptation of a building for public services.