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Jakub Kutyła

Senior Associate, Warsaw

Jakub is a litigation lawyer who represents clients in financial and commercial disputes.
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Experience

Jakub works as a Senior Associate in the Banking, Finance and Insolvency Litigation Department at DWF in Poland. He is experienced advocate representing clients in corporate, commercial and civil disputes. He represented clients in multifaceted corporate disputes, in particular court proceedings challenging resolutions of bodies of capital companies. Jakub represents both companies and shareholders in these disputes. He also represents shareholders at general meetings and comprehensively advising and supporting companies in organizing general meetings.

Memberships

  • Advocate – The Warsaw Bar Association

Recent Cases

  • Representation and on-goin advisory to a group of companies in a dispute over control of these companies and their asset
  • Representation and on-going advisory to a minority shareholder in a dispute regarding to increasing the share capital having impact on shareholder position in the company
  • Representation and on-going advisory to a group of minority shareholders in a shareholders dispute 
  • Representation and on-going advisory to a Warsaw Stock Exchange listed company in a dispute with a majority shareholder (defence against hostile takeover), including before the court of law and the court of registration, and with respect to the organization of general meetings.
  • Representation and on-going advisory to a joint-stock company in a dispute over control of an automotive company, including before courts of law and the court of registration, advice on the organization of general meetings, and representation of the client at general meetings.
  • Representation a joint-stock company before the court of law and the registry court in a dispute with a group of minority shareholders involving a compulsory buyout of shares.

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