Ewelina is the Head of our Warsaw office, and the Head of our Consumer & Retail group in CEE. She has been ranked as one of the top 25 most entrepreneurial women in Poland.
Ewelina is a certified commercial mediator in Poland and Germany, a mediator for DEInternational in Ukraine and the founder of the International Mediation Centre (IMC) in Poland's international Chambers of Commerce.
Ewelina specialises in dispute resolution. She is an exceptionally talented lawyer with a strong presence in legal and business circles in Poland, among them being the Commercial Law Experts Committee at the Polish Ministry of Development. Aside from her work with the IMC, she is an author of the blog www.out-of-court.eu. She is a former finalist for Business Woman of the Year, and a Pearl of Polish Business nominee.
Ewelina works across numerous sectors, including automotive, business & professional services, finance, technology, media & communications. She is also a member of our Italy group. Her range of experience which she also has across compliance and real estate law makes her a versatile and commercially minded lawyer.
|Since 2007||Partner, TaylorWessing e|n|w|c|
|Since 2015||Commercial Mediator, Germany|
|Since 2012||Commercial Mediator, Poland|
|2004 – 2007||Lawyer, RSM Hemmelrath|
|2001 – 2004||Associate, Nörr Stiefenhofer Lutz|
|2015||Commercial Mediator education, Berlin, Germany|
|2012||Studies in Law and administration (Doctoral degree), University of Warsaw|
|2006||Admitted to the Bar, Poland|
|2000 – 2001||Scholarship, Law and administration department, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany|
|1997 – 2001||Studies in Law and Administration, University of Warsaw|
|1996 – 1997||Studies in Law and Administration, Szczecin University, Poland|
Author of "Principles of Polish Contract Law", published in German language, Linde Verlag Austria, 2017
Ewelina is an author of numerous articles published in specialist legal and commercial publications in Poland and abroad relating to Dispute Resolution, Corporate law, Real Estate and other business law related issues. She is a long-standing commentator of notable Polish business media regarding foreign investments, as well as various legal aspects of doing business in Poland. She is also a recognised expert of the retail industry in Poland, and author of periodic articles and publications for the retail sector, including the Retailer’s Guide to Poland. In addition she has been a correspondent for the World Bank for the “Doing Business Report" (Poland) publication since 2004.
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