He graduated from the Faculty of Law at theAdamMickiewiczUniversity in Poznań. He completed his judicial and legal counsel traineeship and is entered on the list of lawyers. He is a member of the Association of Competition Law.
He served as an arbitrator for the Arbitration Court of the Professional Volleyball League and the member of the Licensing Committee of the Ekstraklasa Football Clubs Association. He received a recommendation by Chambers and Partners for his work in “dispute resolution” and arbitration.
From 2001–2009 he was associated with the law firm Grynhoff Woźny Malinski. In 2005 he was made partner and was manager of the firm’s procedural department. In 2009 he co-founded the law firm BWHS and has since been a managing partner. He manages the procedural law practice and co-manages the branch office in Warsaw.
He gained his professional experience while providing ongoing legal services and services relating to the replacement process for companies in the construction, finance and telecommunications sectors. He specializes in processes and all kinds of litigation and proceedings before administrative bodies, in particular in economic processes, commercial companies, the investment processes in the field of unfair competition and advertising, consumer and telecommunications law.
He has conducted a number of precedential court cases (including related to obtaining compensation for unfair competition and enforcement of the payment of significant claims against companies in the field of telecommunications) before courts and before arbitration tribunals and ad hoc arbitration in Poland and Vienna. He has represented clients in proceedings before the President of the OCCP, the President of UKE, GIODO and the competent judicial appeal authorities. He has advised, among others, on the execution and performance of contracts related to the acquisition and maintenance of bulk customers, on the development of standard contracts, conducting national and comparative advertising campaigns and on M&A transactions.