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Marcin Bisikiewicz Returns to Private Practice with DWF in Poland

Marcin Bisikiewicz Returns to Private Practice with DWF in Poland

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DWF has announced that former Mostostal Warszawa Legal Department Director Marcin Bisikiewicz will soon be joining the firm's Dispute Resolution and Arbitration department in Poland as a Partner.

According to the firm, Bisikiewicz's career path has led him through the legal departments of market-leading construction companies, most recently as a General Counsel. His practice focuses on advising on construction investment disputes; advising construction contractors, including on public procurement law; administrative proceedings; and advising in restructuring and bankruptcy proceedings.

Bisikiewicz joins DWF after spending three years as Mostostal Warszawa's GC. Before that, he spent 11 years as a Legal Adviser and Board Member with different companies belonging to Strabag SE, between 2010 and 2020. Earlier, he was a Lawyer with PPL Polish Airports for almost four years, between 2006 and 2010, and spent another stint with Strabag as a Legal Counsel.

"Construction dispute resolution is a very strong area of practice at DWF Poland," Managing Partner Michal Pawlowski commented. "We are very pleased to have attracted such a talented and market-renowned expert, who combines legal expertise with business knowledge gained from years of working for leading construction companies."

"Marcin's addition to our team will allow us to offer companies from the construction sector strategic legal advice underpinned by his many years of industry leadership experience," Senior Partner heading the Dispute Resolution and Arbitration department Maciej Jamka added. "The unique combination of the experience of an external market-leading law firm with an in-house perspective will make up our unique offering to clients from the construction sector."

Originally reported by CEE In-House Matters.

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