Krzysztof’s practice focus is white-collar crime, competition law, combating unfair competition, and dispute resolution. Krzysztof advises leading Polish firms in the FMCG, energy, banking, and other sectors in competition and consumer protection cases. He represents clients in cases before the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, and handles white-collar crime cases for firms as both defendants and plaintiffs.
Krzysztof is experienced in handling cases concerning trade secrets before law enforcement authorities and common courts. He has represented clients for instance in cases concerning substantial loss to a company due to ill-management, exceeding of powers by public officials, and charges of bribery and causing harm to creditors. He has also advised on cases concerning protection of corporate reputation (including using remedies under criminal law). Krzysztof has advised on disputes relating to misleading marking of products, hindering access to the market, and unfair advertising. He has assisted corporate clients in cases before the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection concerning violation of consumers’ collective interests, unfair use of contractual advantage, competition-restricting agreements, and abuse of a dominant position.
Krzysztof gained his professional experience working at the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection and law firms that focus on competition law and white-collar crime.
He has authored academic articles and commentaries for the media on current developments in competition and consumer protection law.
Krzysztof is an attorney-at-law registered with the bar council in Warsaw, and a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University. He is attending a postgraduate course on criminal fiscal law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University.
Krzysztof advises clients in English.