civil law (especially contract law), criminal law including corporate crimes law, administrative law (especially expropriation cases).
Małgorzata Grabińska-Redlin developed her professional skills working as a paralegal and then a legal trainee for law firms with established reputation on Polish market. This gave her an opportunity of learning the profession on the job. Currently she is mainly a litigation lawyer representing clients in civil and criminal cases and handling disputes before public administration bodies. She can identify the key elements of a dispute quickly and precisely. She helps clients fully understand their legal situation and, ultimately, assess chances for success in litigation. She thoroughly analyses each case to see whether it can be resolved by way of mediation or conciliation, and prepares the case timetable with the client. She offers dispute handling strategies with the full understanding of the clients’ business interests. When handling a dispute, Małgorzata suggests actions aimed at helping the client avoid similar problems in the future. In her practice Małgorzata represents clients in all kinds and at all stages of criminal procedures (including representation in court), analyses the case and suggests measures to minimize the risk of criminal liability and consequences of the crime’s undermining the entrepreneur’s position. She drafts appeals, cassations and injured’s indictments in criminal cases. Within the framework of her administrative law practice she assists clients in the seeking of claims by the former owners of Warsaw real estate under the Bierut decree on the ownership title and right of usufruct of land located within the borders of the capital city of Warsaw dated October 26th 1945; administrative procedures before the Mayor of Warsaw (the city’s real estate) and the Minister of Infrastructure (the State Treasury’s real estate) initiated to declare invalid administrative decisions under which the creation of temporary ownership title (now right of perpetual usufruct) was refused; administrative procedures initiated to create the right of perpetual usufruct or seek compensation for the irreversible consequences of administrative decisions under which the creation of the right of perpetual usufruct was refused.
Małgorzata Grabińska-Redlin graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of Warsaw University; she was a counsel trainee in the years 2010-2013; admitted to the bar in 2013.
Polish and English