Provides services for entities belonging to the public finances sector. Specializes in administrative and public procurement law.
Elżbieta Kubik has been admitted on the list of the legal counsels managed by the District Chamber of Legal Counsels in Opole in 1984. She is a graduate of the Department of Law and Administration of University of Wrocław.
She speaks English.
Maria Sawczuk-Paluch specializes in providing legal services for entrepreneurs, public entities and conducts numerous litigations. Her area of expertise is in particular civil, commercial, labour and administrative law.
She has been admitted on the list of the legal counsels managed by the District Chambber of Legal Counsels in Opole in 1983. She is a graduate of Department of Law and Administration of University of Wrocław.
Maria Sawczuk-Paluch speaks English.
Provides legal services for entrepreneurs and specializes in various areas of law, with special emphasis on civil, commercial, tax, energy and public procurement law.
Since 1995 is a member of District Chamber of Legal Counsel in Opole. He earned a master’s degree in law at the Department of Law and Administration of Jagiellonian Unviersity.
Zbigniew Stańdo speaks English.
Provides services for private and public entities and specializes in civil, commercial, administrative and tax law.
Since 2005 is a member of District Chamber of Legal Counsels in Opole. He is a graduate of law at the Department of Law and Administration of University of Silesia.
Michał Wyszatkiewicz is fluent in English.
Specializes in providing services for public entities and entrepreneurs. His area of expertise is in particular civil, commercial, administrative and public procurement law.
Since 2008 is a member of District Chamber of Legal Counsels in Opole. In 2003-2008 legal counsel Andrzej Stańdo was a member of Local Government Appeal Council. He earned a master’s degree in law at the Department of Law and Administration of Jagiellonian Unviersity and he is the author of the book “Statute of the joint-stock company” (Dom Wydawniczy “Ostoja” 2002).
He speaks English.
In the Law Firm he provides services for entrepreneurs and individuals. He specializes in administrative, civil and tax law, among others by representing the clients in litigations and in administrative proceedings. Since 2009 is admitted on the list of the legal counsels. Previously he was an employee of Treasury Chamber in Opole and also a member of the Local Government Appeal Council. He graduated the Department of Law, Administration and Economy of University in Wroclaw and obtained the masters’ degrees in law and also in administration with the managing as a specialty.
He lectures the tax law at the Department of Law and Administration of University in Opole and also for legal counsel’s trainees in District Chamber of Legal Counsels in Opole. He also conducts the professional trainings for accountants and the legal counsels.
Michał Ciecierski is a member-founder of association: Stowarzyszenie Prawa Finansowego “Aureus” at the Department of Law and Administration of University of Opole.
he published as an author or a co-author of several dozens of scientific and popular scientific articles, among others in journal “Rzeczpospolita”, monthly “Przegląd Podatkowy”, „Monitor Podatkowy”, „Glosa”, „Radca Prawny”, „Samorząd Terytorialny”.
He is co-editor of a book “Wybrane Problemy Prawa Finansowego w Polsce” (2009), a co-author of a book “Komentarz do ustawy o kontroli skarbowej” of Wolters Kluwer Polska (Issue 1. 2011, Issue 2. 2014) and either a co-author of a book „Ordynacja podatkowa – Wzory pism z komentarzem” of Wolters Kluwer Polska (2015).
Michał Ciecierski speaks English.
Karol Jokiel obtained the master’s degree in law at the Department of Law and Administration of University of Silesia. He graduated with honors.
Since 2006 he provides the legal services for the Clients of our Firm and since 2010 he is the legal counsel affiliated in District Chamber of Legal Counsels in Opole. In our Firm he operates the entrepreneurs (from the Opole region, Silesia voivodeship and the Minor Poland), research institute and the municipal cultural institution. He specializes in civil and commercial law, however he is also gained a considerable experience in public procurement law by representing the Clients in court litigations and also before the National Chamber of Appeal in Warsaw.
Karol Jokiel supports the Clients in the pre-trial and judicial collection of the debts (arising from the commercial or construction businesses), cooperating with the bailiffs from the neighbouring viovodeships. In his practice he often corrects the errors and consequences of negligence of debt collection firms, also in the context of protecting the Clients against the unjustified claims. Recently he consulted and represented the contracting authority before the National Chamber of Appeal in successful proceeding for granting multi-million public order for the supply and installation of highly specialized multimedia museum display in Opole region.
He is an author of numerous articles concerning the law and business law (available in Internet) and e-books: “The division of the common property of the spouses”, “Entrepreneur in the face of crisis”, “The methods of securing the debts with the examples of contracts and writings”.
He is fluent in English.
Michał Kałuża graduated in law at the Department of Law and Administration of Jagiellonian University in Cracow. Joined to the Firm in 2007 and was dealing primarily with the provision of legal services for entrepreneurs and broadly defined business transactions and labour law.
In his practice he provided complex legal services for the entrepreneur from the production sector, including the industry of: food, packing, cosmetics, construction materials, construction, commerce (also e-commerce), services, new technologies and banking. His wide knowledge and experience covers in particular the civil law and especially the obligations law, intellectual property law (copyrights and industrial property law), commercial law, constructional law or mentioned labour law. He considers that extremely important in his work is a practical knowledge of civil law and procedure as a basic tool of every lawyer.
In previous practice, Michał Kałuża was focused on, in particular:
- advising on the obligations law, including preparing of contracts for domestic and international transactions, and either the constructing of agreements, writings, statements connected with the performance of contractual obligations or their unduly performance,
- complex legal services concerning the construction and installation works, including performed on the basis of FIDIC rules,
- advising on companies law, including the provision of services for organs of legal persons (among others: legal assistance during the meetings of board of directors, or general meetings with the preparation of appropriate documents), conducting corporate litigations, participation in transformation of companies, drafting contracts, statutes and other documents concerning the corporate governance,
- consulting the performance, transfer and protection of laws of intangible assets, including the preparation of licensing agreements or contracts transferring the intangible assets protected by copyrights and also industrial property law,
- providing services in the area of labour law, especially the drafting of documentation (agreements, work and wage regulations, regulations of companies’ social benefit funds etc.),
- representation of the Client before courts in civil and economic cases (including corporate litigations) and in cases in the field of labour law,
- debt collection, also outside the Poland
He is fluent in English.
Provides the services for business entities and specializes in civil and commercial law.
Graduated law studies at Department of Law, Administration and Economy of University of Wroclaw.
Speaks fluently in English and French.
Dawid Zenke is the legal counsel. Joined the Firm in October 2011 and graduated in law at Department of Law and Administration of University of Opole in June 2012 with master thesis titled The Sporting Exception in European Union Law. Deals with the lawsuits and civil executive proceedings. Substituted legal counsels at court sittings and also prepares pleadings and appeals.
Took part in solving the issues concerned with the legal services provided by the Firm. He advised among others in: creating procedures securing the claims of the seller of constructional products and allowing to successfully complete the civil judicial and executive proceedings. Represented entrepreneur from construction industry in litigations and negotiations with investors and subcontractors, regarding for instance the performance of construction works.
Dawid Zenke drafted the commercial contracts for manufacturers of carpentry and entrepreneurs from the branch of production of raw materials or contracts concerning the construction works for general contractors and subcontractors.
He is interested in issues of civil contracts and sporting law.
During the studies he stayed for one semester in Cyprus (at the European University of Cyprus) on student’s exchange program Erasmus, and also provided services pro bono in Student Socio-Legal Clinic “Bona Fides”.
Speaks fluently in English.
In our Law Firm operates as the office manager.
Barbara Łodzińska graduated at Department of Economy of University of Opole. Associated with the Firm since 2000.
Deals with the administration and organization of the office. Performs tasks such as keeping the calendar of meetings with the Clients and of the judicial hearings. Successfully sees to the deadlines, date of hearings and the circulation of documentation. Apart from serving the Guests and Clients of the Firm, Barbara Łodzińska is responsible for the contacts with the courts, debts collectors and the other authorities. She is also engaged in the secretarial services, handling of office devices and all duties regarding the record and document workflow, both internal and external. Updates database in order to ensure the appropriate access and flow of the information. Through proper recording of incoming and outgoing mail and segregation of the e-mail, makes sure that every case is handled duly and on time. Taking care of workplace and monitoring the stock of office, hygienic and food supplies, maintains the high level of the office's image. Due the wide range of the activities, is an invaluable support for legal counsels and Clients and is an integral part of our Firm.