Jan Potyrała

Trainee attorney-at-lawAssociate


At TKP, Jan is part of the commercial law and corporate advisory practice. His practice focus is a broad range of commercial law issues, in particular corporate and contractual law.

He has built his professional experience working at law firms in Cracow, but also in the legal department of a FinTech company, where he developed his contract and legal opinion drafting skills. To date, Jan’s practice has been advising businesses on civil cases, but also on criminal and administrative cases as well.

Jan is a trainee with the Cracow Bar Association. He graduated with honors from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University, and also studied at the Faculty of Law, Economics and Management at the Université d’Orléans. He studied law at the University of Montpellier on the Erasmus+ program, and is a graduate of the Jagiellonian University School of French Law.

Jan speaks French and English, and has a working knowledge of Spanish. 

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26 Feb 2024

The Corpo team advised on the transaction process of Polska Liga Esportowa S.A.

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What the end of the state of epidemic emergency would mean for CSOs

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The Sejm has adopted an amendment to the Wind Farm Construction Project Act. Partial liberalisation of the 10 H rule.

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Poland takes another step to make cross-border reorganization of companies easier

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