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BEATA KOMARNICKA-NOWAK

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Beata Komarnicka – Nowak worked in commercial law companies, i.e. Telewizja Polska S.A. and Radio Merkury Poznań from the 1990s.

She was in charge of litigation-related matters of the clients of Rödl & Partner from 2002 to 2006. As a legal counsel, she specialises in bank, construction, and energy laws. She provides legal advice to foreign and Polish investors in relation to investment process.   Beata Komarnicka-Nowak acts for wind-farm investors. She supervised the Gorzów Wielkopolski-based Askana Shopping Centre construction project.

She provided turnaround management of a shopping centre construction.

Her team of legal professionals prepare legal opinions and draft contracts, and represent clients in court.

Beata Komarnicka-Nowak filed two class lawsuits against two top banks in Poland in relation to banks’ freedom to determine indexation rates of credit instalments.

She put together a number of EU funds training courses, e.g. in the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Milan. She also co-organised training for investors from the Kostrzyń and Słubice Special Economic Zone S.A., members of the Chamber of Commerce for Western Poland in Gorzów Wielkopolski and the Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the Construction Sector.

Beata Komarnicka-Nowak has published numerous articles on legal issues, especially on options and foreign currency credits and loans in the Rzeczpospolita, Gazeta Prawna, and Gazeta Bankowa dailies. Her areas of expertise also include the mass media law.

Beata Komarnicka-Nowak graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań. She was awarded the title of legal counsel in 1999. She is a member of the District Chamber of Legal Counsellors in Poznań. She also attends PhD seminars in the Faculty of Law, the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw. Her languages are French, English, and Russian.

MARIUSZ KORPALSKI

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Mariusz Korpalski has been advising corporations on how not to get lost in the complexities of Poland’s commercial law since 1996. He worked in Rödl & Partner, also as a partner in Rödl, Korpalski Kancelaria Prawna sp. k. from 2000 to 2006.

His areas of expertise include agreements with banks and resolving disputes. Mariusz Korpalski represents bank customers who fell prey to dishonest practices, especially in relation to agreements where instalments resulted from exchange rates. He advised on reorganisation of corporations. His clients include a leading importer of agriculture and farming equipment with an extended dealership chain across Poland.

Mariusz Korpalski wrote many articles and papers on contract law and dispute resolution (published in the Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, Monitor Prawa Bankowego, Glosa, and Rzeczpospolita dailies and periodicals). He ran seminars for members of the Polish Chamber of Commerce and Industry for the Construction Sector in Poznań, the Chamber of Commerce and Industry for Western Poland in Gorzów Wielkopolski, Ost- und Mitteleuropa Verein in Hamburg, and the London-based European Consumer Centre that provides legal protection to financial services consumers.

Mariusz Korpalski was a lecturer at the WSB University in Poznań. He proposed legislative initiatives in commercial law (e.g. to amend the Accounting Act, Code of Commercial Companies and some other laws and acts, Parliamentary Document VI 2566, Official Journal (Dz. U.) no. 102, item 585, and to amend the Code of Civil Procedure with respect to orders for payment – Parliamentary Document VI 3185). He published a guide on agreements between banks and entrepreneurs, Bankowe umowy przedsiębiorców, in 2010.

Mariusz Korpalski graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Mikołaj Kopernik University in Toruń.  He is finishing his PhD dissertation at the School of Commercial Law, the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Mikołaj Kopernik University in Toruń. The title of his PhD dissertation is “Currency Risk and Entering into a Bank Agreement”. Mariusz Korpalski is a member of the District Chamber of Legal Counsellors in Poznań. He speaks German and English.