Legal advisor, partner
A graduate of Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Faculty of Law and Administration. In 2004, he completed his post-graduate studies in European Law at the European School of Law and Administration in Warsaw, and in 2014 LLM post-graduate studies in International Commercial Law at the Kozminski University in Warsaw.
Thanks to his expert knowledge of international law, he effectively represents enterprises involved in disputes decided by the court of first instance, the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg, as well as by Russian, Ukrainian and Moldovan courts.
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A graduate of the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Philology: German. She did a part of her studies at Humboldt University in Berlin.
Since 1990 she has successfully been managing economic entities, including commercial law companies and one-man enterprises engaged in various lines of business.
She has been with the Law Firm BIJAS Jacek Bijas for over 15 years. She is co-founder and co-partner of the Law firm BIJAS, a limited partnership [ Kancelaria Adwokacka BIJAS sp.k], which is the successor to the Law Firm BIJAS Jacek Bijas. She deals with finances and day-to-day organizational matters. Moreover, having excellent German legal language skills allows her to participate in the work of the firm’s lawyers who provide their service to German-speaking customers.
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Wojciech is a trainee lawyer at the Chamber of Lawyers in Wrocław. A doctoral candidate in the Research Center for Legal and Economic Issues of Electronic Communication at the University of Wrocław.
In the Law Firm Bijas he has been working since 2011.
A multiple scientific-grant holder and one of the best students of the University of Wrocław. Vice-chairman of SKN /Student Scientific Club/ Computer Law Block and member of the Scientific group for criminal proceedings. He is an author of publications on the law of new technologies as well as crime detection and criminology, editor of scientific papers. Wojciech is also an organizer and participant of numerous international and all-Polish conferences devoted, in particular, to the law of new technologies, criminal law and crime detection. Moreover, he has participated in research projects commissioned by the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Poland. He intends to acquire his professional title by completing his master’s thesis on obtaining, using and reliability of digital evidence in civil and criminal proceedings.
Wojciech’s work is primary concerned with criminal law, civil law, the law of new technologies and intellectual property rights.
- „Prywatność w miejscu pracy” [in] ed,. E. Galewska, Wybrane aspekty prawa nowych technologii, Wrocław 2013 r., pp. 17-42. The publication is concerned with employees’ privacy in their workplace. It describes the limits of this privacy, the possibilities of controlling employees, monitoring their work, e-mail, recording video, etc.
- „Motywy i przyczyny przestępstw komputerowych – typowe czy unikatowe?” [in] ed. E. Galewska, Wybrane aspekty prawa nowych technologii część 2, Wrocław 2014 r., pp. 35-52. This article is on the motives and reasons which drive an offender to committing computer crimes, e.g. financial gain, the wish to impress others, terrorism, political concerns.
- Co-editor of the publication „Wybrane aspekty prawa nowych technologii”, Wrocław 2013
- Co-editor of the publication „Wybrane aspekty prawa nowych technologii część 2”, Wrocław 2014
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Lawyer, doctor of laws (specialty: Civil Law)
A graduate of of the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics. He was a trainee lawyer between 2011-2013. After having successfully completed his lawyer exam in 2014, he was admitted as lawyer to the Chamber of Lawyers in Wrocław. In 2015 he defended his doctoral thesis titled “Legal Personality of the Condominium” and obtained his doctoral degree in law.
He has been with the Law Firm Bijas since 2009.
He specialises in civil law, including, in particular, property law and compensations lawsuits, as well as in public procurement law and the issues regarding the Act on real property management.
He represents Beneficiaries of the project co-financing agreements within the framework of regional and national Operational Programmes (co-funded from EU funds), both at the stage of raising objections to post-audit information and disputing the imposition of financial corrections on Beneficiaries (including, in particular, the claim of an infringement by Beneficiaries of the provisions of public procurement law) as well as at later stages, i.e. during administrative and judicial-administrative proceedings.
He is the co-author of Agreement on the Formation of Electricity Purchase Group, bringing together institutes of higher education and specifying the rules governing the electricity grouped purchases made by the aforementioned institutes, as well as being the co-author of electricity sale draft agreements concluded within the framework of the very Group continuously since 2013.
- Ustawowy zarząd nieruchomością wspólną w dużych wspólnotach mieszkaniowych. Ocena istniejących rozwiązań na tle przyjętej przez polskiego ustawodawcę koncepcji ochrony właścicieli mniejszościowych. Sugestie de lege ferenda., Rejent 2011., no 4, pp. 95-117.
The publication is concerned with the rules governing the management of a jointly shared property in the so called big condominiums, as provided for in the Polish Act on Ownership of Premises of 24 June 1994 (Dz. U. 2000, No 80, item 903, as amended). The author, taking a critical approach to the existing statutory model, formulates de lege fereneda conclusions.
- Licytacyjna sprzedaż lokalu w trybie art. 16 ustawy o własności lokali – de lege lata i de lege ferenda, Monitor Prawniczy 2011., No 9, pp. 461-472.
The publication is concerned with the institution of bidding sale of premises, as provided for in Article 16 of the Polish Act on on Ownership of Premises of 24 June 1994 (Dz. U. 2000, No 80, item 903, as amended). The condominium can make this kind of demand (in judicial process) if the owner of the premises has been in arrears with payments he owes for a long time or breaks grossly and persistently house rules which are in force or makes the use of other premises or co-shared property burdensome.
- Rola orzecznictwa Sądu Najwyższego w prawidłowej subsumpcji czynu pod normę prawa karnego materialnego na tle prawnokarnej ochrony znaków towarowych(art. 305 p.w.p.), [in:] Acta Erasmiana, Prace z zakresu integracji europejskiej oraz nauk penalnych, ed. M. Sadowski, P. Szymaniec, Wrocław 2011., pp. 303-321.
The publication is concerned with the impact of rulings of the Supreme Court (which under Polish law are not a source of law) on the way provisions of law are being interpreted. The author discuses this issue against the background of criminal-law protection of trademarks, as provided for in the Polish Act on Industrial Property Law of 30 June 2000 (consolidated text: Dz. U. 2013, item 1410).
- Możliwość kontynuowaniadziałalności gospodarczej zmarłego przedsiębiorcy przez jego spadkobierców, w świetle nowelizacji KC oraz KSH – cz. I, Monitor Prawniczy 2012, No 23, pp. 1251-1260 (co-author),
- Możliwość kontynuowania działalności gospodarczej zmarłego przedsiębiorcy przez jego spadkobierców, w świetle nowelizacji KC oraz KSH– cz. II, Monitor Prawniczy 2012., No 24, pp. 1299-1310 (co-author).
This two-part publication is concerned with the possibility of continuing the business by the heirs of deceased entrepreneur (a natural person). The publication was prepared as two new institutions were introduced into the Polish law, i.e. specific bequest and the possibility to convert a one-person business into a commercial company.
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Jakub is a graduate of the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, in the field of law. He submitted his master’s thesis at Zakład Publicznego Prawa Gospodarczego /Institute of Public Business Law/. Afterwards he was a trainee legal advisor at the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Wrocław and passed a legal advisor exam.
He has been with the Law Firm Bijas since 2009.
Jakub provides ongoing services to business entities and private individuals within the scope of legal advice and the conduct of cases at the pre-judicial and judicial stage. He specializes in converting and changing companies, and in construction and business law.
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Daniel is a graduate of the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics. He submitted his master’s thesis at the Department of Penal and Substantive Law. After having successfully completed his lawyer exam in 2016, he was admitted as lawyer to the Chamber of Lawyers in Wrocław.
He has been with the Law Firm Bijas since 2012.
He provides ongoing services to business entities. He specializes in criminal and family cases as well as corporate disciplinary proceedings. In addition, he conducts family and penal mediations.
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Marcin is a graduate of the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics. He submitted his master’s thesis at the Civil Law Institute. After having successfully completed his lawyer exam in 2018, he was admitted as lawyer to the Chamber of Lawyers in Wrocław.
He has been with the Law Firm BIJAS since 2013.
Marcin provides ongoing services to business entities as well as legal assistance to private individuals within the scope of legal advice and the conduct of court cases.
He specializes in labour and civil law, with special emphasis on indemnity disputes with insurers. He drew up procedures for the protection of enterprise secrets. Conducting training and lectures, he is also engaged in the issues pertaining to the safety of goods and product liability. He draws up enterprise internal regulations, the rules governing the drafting of working time schedules and he carries out their implementation.
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Trainee legal advisor
Maciej is a graduate of the University of Wrocław, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics. He passed his master’s degree at the Department of Penal and Substiantive Law.
He is a trainee legal advisor at the Chamber of Legal Advisors in Wrocław. He has been with the Law Firm BIJAS since 2015.
He has developed his experience working at judicial bodies, law firms and law offices. On day-to-day basis, he deals with cases related to the business of public utilities department of the city and municipality, as well as debt collection.
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Julita is a graduate of the University of Wroclaw, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics.
She submitted her master’s thesist at Zakład Postepowania Cywilnego ( Institute of Civil Law Procedure). In January 2019 she has started her traing at the Chamber of Lawers in Wroclaw. She has been working with our Law Firm Bijas since 2018.
She has gained her experience working at judicial bodies and law firms.
She participated actively in student organizations, for example in European Law Student’s Association ELSA Wroclaw. She provides mainly ongoing debt recovery services tot he Firm’s Clients and civil and commercial law.
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Katarzyna is a graduate of Wrocław University of Economics. She has been working with the Law Firm Bijas as an expert in the field of taxes and accounting since 2012.
She has several years’ practical experience in the accounts of micro and small enterprises.
Since 2011 she has been working with an audit firm within the scope of financial statements audits, EU audits and tax audits. She gives lectures at courses and trainings organized by the Accountants Association in Poland and by Wrocław University of Economics.
Katarzyna specializes in tax law, with particular emphasis put on tax on goods and services, income tax and corporate tax.
She has won numerous competitions and has been at the top of many rankings in the field of tax law.
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Marlena is a graduate of the University of Physical Education in Wrocław. She has been with the Law Firm Bijas since 2014.
In previous years she worked in the hotel sector where she managed a team of a dozen people, gaining knowledge and improving her skills.
She supports the employees’ actions, deals with projects designed to extend the scope of services provided by the firm, marketing and the firm’s information page, in particular, website administration, editing the firm’s newsletter.
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Milena is a graduate of Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Faculty of Economic Sciences and Management, with the accountancy being her special field of interest.
She has been with the Law Firm Bijas since 2015.
She provides ongoing services to Clients and deals with accounting and personnel matters.
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Kancelaria Adwokacka BIJAS sp.k.
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