Agnieszka Przybyłowicz is a specialist in judicial and non-judicial methods of resolving civil and commercial disputes related to construction law. She provides advice to the various stakeholders in the construction process, starting from planning of investments, through their execution, up to the acceptance and handing-over of finished construction projects. Agnieszka advises on issues connected with the liability for non-performance or improper performance of construction works contracts, including in particular claims for defects in construction works and contractual penalties.
In her practice, Agnieszka also focuses on court proceedings in the field of civil, commercial and economic law, with particular emphasis on contract law under substantive and procedural terms. She has extensive experience in complex civil cases in which issues of private international law arise, especially in international trade. In her current practice, she has prepared numerous legal opinions and agreements with cross-border elements and negotiated the terms of such agreements.
In court proceedings she focuses on choosing the most effective procedural strategy adjusted to the specificity of a given dispute and the client’s expectations. As a certified mediator, Agnieszka, always looks for systemic solutions in the field of amicable methods of resolving civil and commercial disputes (both at the stage before and during the litigation).
Agnieszka also has experience and theoretical background in conducting cases with respect to restructuring and bankruptcy proceedings, providing clients with comprehensive solutions allowing them to satisfy their interests in the broadest possible scope.
Polish, English, German
The Kraków Bar of Legal Advisors
The Jagiellonian University in Kraków, the Faculty of Law and Administration, The Jagiellonian University in Kraków, the Faculty of English Studies, Lazarski University in Warsaw, the Faculty of Restructuring and Bankruptcy Law, The Jagiellonian University in Kraków, Post-graduate studies on Mediation and other alternative dispute resolution methods