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Sebastian Pietrzyk Joins Act BSWW as Co-Head of Public Procurement

Sebastian Pietrzyk Joins Act BSWW as Co-Head of Public Procurement

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Sebastian Pietrzyk, former Partner at Brillaw Mikulski & Partners in Warsaw, has joined Act BSWW to co-head the firm's Public Procurement practice.

Pietrzyk spent the past two years at Brillaw Mikulski & Partners after spending five and a half years as a named Partner at Pietrzyk Dubicki i Wspolnicy. He also spent two years at Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka, six months with Wardynski & Partners, and four years with with the Warsaw Law Office, after starting his career with two years in-house with PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe S.A. 

He obtained a Master's Degree in Law from the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin in 2002.

Sebastian is a seasoned advisor," said Jacek Bieniak, Act BSWW Managing Partner, "who has been providing support in public procurement procedures and projects to contractors and contracting authorities alike for over dozen years."

According to Act BSWW, "Pietrzyk will offer support with respect to public procurement law, claims assessment, FIDIC contracts ,and infrastructure-related disputes, advising both contractors and contracting authorities, especially ones operating in the architecture, energy, transport, and IT sectors. He participated in a range of projects as part of preparations for EURO 2012 in Poland (rail and road network modernization, sports stadiums construction and air ports expansion). For over a dozen years, he was involved in modernization projects related to strategic Polish rail lines, the value of which exceeder EUR 5 billion. He also advised on the construction of the Swinoujscie LNG terminal. In addition, he brings to Act BSWW extensive experience in litigation strategy development and negotiation with contracting authorities, as well as claim management. He has successfully protected client interests before the National Appeals Chamber and regional courts"

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