Patrycja Jochemczyk

Associate, Warsaw



Patrycja Jochemczyk is an associate in the White & Case Dispute Resolution and International Arbitration practice. She focuses on complex construction disputes, advising clients in litigation and arbitration. The cases she has handled are both domestic and international in nature. Patrycja was involved in one of the world's largest arbitration cases handled by White & Case's London office. Her experience includes cases involving time extensions, extra costs (including rebus sic stantibus claims) and disputes arising from contract termination.

Prior to joining White & Case, she gained experience in a renowned international law firm in Warsaw.

Bars and Courts
Poland, National Council of Legal Advisors
Master's Degree
Faculty of Law and Administration
Jagiellonian University, Kraków
Law School, Erasmus
University of Bristol


Her experience includes:

  • An investor: representation of an investor in an ICC arbitration concerning claims arising from the performance of a contract for the engineering, procurement, supply, construction and commissioning of onshore LNG facilities in Western Australia.
  • A general contractor: representation of a general contractor in court proceedings concerning an increase of remuneration due to an unforeseeable increase of costs (rebus sic stantibus claim).
  • A general contractor: representation of a general contractor in a dispute arising out of a FIDIC Red Book contract against the General Directorate of National Roads and Motorways.
  • A domestic construction company: representation of a domestic construction company in a dispute concerning an extension of time of a residential construction project.
  • Multiple companies: participating in due diligence processes with respect to litigation.

"Divisibility of contractor’s performance under construction works contract within the meaning of Article 379(2) of the Civil Code", C.H.Beck MOP 2020, No. 16, pp. 875-880, which won a second prize in a nation-wide contest for Attorney-at-Law and Advocate Trainees "Construction Disputes in the Supreme Court Case Law"