Associate | Warsaw
Kacper joined B2RLaw in March 2016. His professional experience and expertise focuses on criminal law, in particular business criminal law (white collar crimes), compliance, commercial and unfair competition litigation and arbitration, as well as a few pro bono cases regarding the protection of citizens’ rights and freedoms.
Kacper combines professional practice with scientific and educational activities. He is preparing a PhD thesis on the compensation of damages in the course criminal proceedings, as well as conducts criminal process classes for students at the Faculty of Law and Administration of Warsaw University.
Business Criminal Litigation
Kacper actively participates in criminal defence in cases where large financial damages have been incurred to a company, as well as in cases regarding irregularities on the forex trading market. He represents witnesses in criminal proceedings regarding commercial activities.
Corporate & Commercial Litigation | Competition Litigation | Arbitration
Kacper was part of a litigation team representing an entrepreneur against a state-owned company (compensation claim). He also gained experience in many litigations and arbitrations in unfair competition cases (listing fees).
Kacper drafts policies and analyses regarding compliance, whistle-blowing and AML issues for clients of different business branches, as well as conducts workshops for members of corporate bodies of companies, regarding personal (civil & criminal) liability.
||Polish, English, French
||- University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, PhD in Law (since 2016)
- The Warsaw Bar Association, Advocacy training (2019)
- University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration, Master of Law summa cum laude (2016)
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