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Piotr Rodziewicz manages the SPCG's office in Wrocław. He specializes in civil law, commercial law, banking law and legal issues related to the functioning of investment funds.

He successfully represented SPCG clients in numerous civil proceedings. He has extensive experience in the representation of banks in civil proceedings, including in particular depositaries in matters related to the functioning of investment funds. He provides legal advisory services to banks and investment funds, drawing up numerous opinions and memoranda regarding, among others, issues related to the representation and liquidation of investment funds.

He participated in numerous due diligence processes, dealing with issues related to personal data protection and intellectual property law.

He has experience in the representation of SPCG clients in criminal cases, acting as a proxy and defender.

He graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław. He is employed as an adjunct at the Department of Civil Law and Private International Law at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław. He studied at the Universität of Salzburg in Austria. He graduated from the School of American Law organized in cooperation with the Chicago Kent College of Law of the Illinois Institute of Technology. He participated in the Program in European Private Law for Postgraduates.

Author of numerous publications in the area of private international law, international civil proceedings and concerning the Online Dispute Resolution (ODR). Researcher and developer in many international research projects. Keynote speaker at many renowned international scientific conferences, among others in Brno, Rio de Janeiro, Vienna and Vilnius.
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Branch office

Wroclaw

ul. Św. Mikołaja 7

50-125 Wrocław

Tel. +48 71 739 55 00

Faks: +48 71 739 55 01

wroclaw@spcg.pl

Education

University of Wrocław, Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics, 2009

Languages

English

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