Jan heads the Business Crime practice group. In his practice he focuses on representing foreign and Polish clients in criminal proceedings on the side of wronged parties, as well as a defender. He advises on the criminal liability of members of management boards of capital companies and on all matters concerning broadly understood white collar crimes.
Moreover, Jan advises clients in court and arbitration disputes. He represents clients before the courts of all instances and advises them on the development of a dispute strategy and supports them in their negotiations. His experience includes handling complex disputes between partners and shareholders of limited liability companies or unfair competition cases.
Representing a foreign client in a civil case seeking the return of EUR 3 million extorted through a cyberattack and in criminal proceedings against the beneficiary of the fraud
Representing a foreign bank in a criminal case involving extortion of USD 250,000 from a customer of the bank in a cyberattack
Representing a foreign client in criminal proceedings concerning trademark infringement by a distributor
Defending a member of the management board of a company in a fiscal criminal case involving failure to make timely payment of taxes
Defending a member of the management board of a company in a case alleging false statements in a tax declaration
Defending clients in cases involving forgery and issuance of false certificates
Representing a client sued for PLN 10 million in fees for consulting services
Representing a bank as a defendant in a case seeking damages of PLN 10 million under a stock-market trading credit agreement
Representing a client in cases of alleged unfair competition involving hindering competitors’ access to the market
Representing a client in a case involving compensation for use of real estate under the Warsaw Decree and reimbursement of capital expenditures on the property, with a total value exceeding PLN 20 million
Representing a client in administrative court proceedings seeking funding for projects implemented using European funds, with a value of over PLN 500 million
Representing a client in a case seeking payment under a contract concerning delivery of information technology in a public procurement worth over PLN 500 million
Representing a client in a set of cases connected with a dispute between shareholders of a public company, with a total value of tens of millions of zloty
Advising an investment fund in a dispute over breach of representations and warranties in an investment agreement, involving the strategy for proceeding, alternative methods for resolving the dispute, and conclusion of a mediation agreement preceding ICC arbitration
Representing a client from the transport industry in a multi-million-zloty dispute involving claims under a promissory note
Participation in the team representing a client from the telecommunications industry in a multi-billion-dollar set of disputes involving such issues as recognition of foreign judgments and arbitration awards and determination of the validity and effectiveness of transactions
Participation in the team representing a client from the real estate industry in an arbitration dispute with an international investment fund involving share purchase options worth over EUR 100 million
Representing a client from the electronic payment industry in a dispute with a former employee concerning payment of bonuses and other benefits worth a total of about PLN 1.5 million
Representing an employee of a transport company in a dispute over termination of an employment contract for a fixed term in violation of termination provisions
Qualified as an advocate
Department of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw
European Criminal Bar Association (ECBA)
European Fraud and Compliance Lawyers
rankings and reccomendations
Legal 500 EMEA
Jan Rysiński is listed by Legal 500 EMEA as a recommended lawyer in Poland in the field of white-collar-crime.
Cyber attack: what should you do when procedures fail?
Cybercrime: identity theft 2.0, or fraudsters in virtual reality [Cyberprzestępczość: „na wnuczka 2.0”, czyli oszuści w rzeczywistości wirtualnej], My Company Polska, No. 4.2016