Amelia Krajewska specializes in international disputes, including investment and commercial arbitration, proceedings before international courts such as the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights, as well as in commercial litigation.
She is experienced in disputes in the areas of contract law, construction law and the regulatory aspects of business activity and has represented clients in sectors such as infrastructure, energy and aviation.
Before joining KZP, she worked with renowned international law firms in Poland and Spain; she has also assisted NGOs in Algeria and Brasil.
Languages: Polish, English, Spanish, French.
Membership: The Warsaw Bar of Advocates (2nd year trainee).
Education: Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Faculty of Law and Administration (Master of Law, 2013); University of Geneva (Switzerland), Study Programme on International Law (June 2015); Carlos III University of Madrid (Spain) – Training Programme on International Arbitration under the auspices of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce and Corte de Arbitraje de Madrid (July 2016).
- Advice to a Spanish company (a leader in infrastructure project implementation), in relation to pursuing claims against the State Treasury regarding the performance of contracts for the implementation of a road project in Poland.
- Advice to a Czech company specialized in road, motorway and bridge construction, in relation to pursuing several hundred million PLN claims against the State Treasury regarding the implementation of a project for the construction of section C of the A2 motorway based on the FIDIC conditions of contract.
- Representing investors in proceedings regarding the defense of environmental decisions issued in investment processes.
- Conducting legal due diligence investigations on a number of investment projects such as wind farms and industrial warehouses, with respect to real estate (e.g. analysis of rights to real property, evaluation of investment feasibility in light of zoning laws) and environmental issues.
- Advice to energy industry entities in the scope of exploration for and extraction of shale gas (regulatory, construction and environmental issues).