Jan Rysiński specializes in litigation and arbitration. His experience includes advising on complex disputes between partners and shareholders in joint-stock companies, including publicly owned companies, labour disputes, as well as disputes arising from investment agreements, M&A, and reprivatisation. He advises on drafting the strategy for resolving the dispute and supports clients in negotiations. He represents clients before courts and government offices. He also has experience in proceedings before Polish and international arbitration courts.
Another focus of Jan's practice is criminal law, especially advising on business crime aspects. His experience includes representing Polish and international clients in investigations and court proceedings, advising clients harmed by fraud and theft, including fraud based on social engineering methods. His experience also includes cooperation with law enforcement authorities in criminal proceedings regarding cross-border white-collar crime involving coordination of actions across multiple jurisdictions.
He also represents individual clients in criminal proceedings. He advises on criminal liability of board members, including criminal tax liability.
Experience and education
Jan Rysiński has been with Łaszczuk & Partners since 2007.
He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in 2008.
He qualified as an advocate in 2013.