Legal expert in public procurement law with more than ten years of experience. At our law firm, he is on the TMT practice and heads the Public Procurement Law team. Tomasz has cooperated with a number of large entities, mostly from the IT sector, and has provided legal assistance to both contractors and clients. He has extensive experience as an attorney in public procurement cases regarding appeals and complaints. Tomasz advises our clients on all matters concerning public procurement law and civil law. He also supports clients as an expert in public procurement at tender committees. Tomasz honed his skills as a lawyer in such institutions as the Chancellery of the Sejm, the Investment and Public Procurement Office, and Grupa Doradcza Sienna [Sienna Advisory Group].
Tomasz chairs the Public Sector Tender Committee at the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications (PIIT). He is one of the authors of the PIIT’s position statements in response to the decision of the National Appeals Chamber to declare a qualified electronic signature invalid on account of the use of the SHA-1 hash function and on the validity of tenders submitted as a copy of the applicable paper form scanned to a file subsequently signed with a qualified electronic signature.
A member of the PIIT working team for good practices in public procurement, including participation in the Public Procurement Office’s consultations on updating the recommendations for the supply of computer sets.
He is an experienced trainer in the field of public procurement law. He constantly cooperates with the monthly, “Public Orders – Advisor”. Author of papers on public procurement in the IT sector and co-author of the publication entitled Zamówienia na sprzęt i usługi informatyczne – analiza siwz w kontekście roli działu IT [Awarding Computer Hardware and Services – an Analysis of ToR in the Context of the Role of the IT Department]. He also participated as a legal expert in a research project into public procurement law systems in countries receiving support from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in 2011, which culminated in the publication of EBRD Public Procurement Assessment. Review of Laws and Practice in the EBRD Region 2011.
Tomasz graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Łódź, British Centre for English Legal Studies of the University of Warsaw (legal studies entirely in English) and Leon Koźmiński School of Entrepreneurship and Management in Warsaw (post-graduate studies in public procurement).
He speaks English.