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Maciej Kopczynski

Senior Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Pośniak i Sawicki sp.k.
Warsaw Financial Centre
ul. Emilii Plater 53
00-113 Warsaw
Languages Polish, English

Maciej Kópczyński is a Polish qualified attorney (adwokat) in the Dispute Resolution Team at CMS Warsaw.

Maciej specialises in advising clients from different sectors in compliance and criminal matters, in particular relating to white collar crimes.

He has advised clients from the IT, pharmaceutical, consumer products and oil & gas sectors on conducting internal investigations relating to the suspicion of offences having been committed by their employees. He has also advised clients on the criminal liability of companies and criminal liability of management board members. He provides anti-bribery training and advises on compliance policies.

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2007 - Master's degree, Warsaw University

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Member, District Bar Council in Warsaw since 2011

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The draft law on trans­par­ency in pub­lic life, which we have writ­ten about in our Law-Now Alert also in­tro­duces im­port­ant in­form­a­tion ob­lig­a­tions and pro­hib­i­tions on mer­ging func­tions which may cov­er not only pub­lic en­tit­ies but also busi­nesses that are not.
Po­land: Draft act on trans­par­ency in pub­lic life – pro­tec­tion of whis­tleblowers...
In a pre­vi­ous Law-Now Alert, we men­tioned the in­tro­duc­tion in Po­land of pro­vi­sions in the draft law on trans­par­ency in pub­lic life aimed at pro­tect­ing whis­tleblowers. The pro­posed changes aim to en­cour­age people with know­ledge of ir­reg­u­lar­it­ies, in­clud­ing busi­ness.
Po­land: Draft act on trans­par­ency in pub­lic life – ob­lig­a­tion to ap­ply...
As we wrote in our pre­vi­ous Law-Now Alert, me­di­um-sized and large en­ter­prises (with over 50 em­ploy­ees or turnover of more than EUR 10 mil­lion) can ex­pect new re­quire­ments re­gard­ing their in­tern­al anti-cor­rup­tion policies.
Po­land: Draft act on trans­par­ency in pub­lic life – im­port­ant changes...
Me­di­um-sized and large en­ter­prises (with over 50 em­ploy­ees or turnover of more than EUR 10 mil­lion) will be re­quired to make changes in their in­tern­al anti-cor­rup­tion policies and codes of eth­ics. Com­pan­ies in which pub­lic en­tit­ies (such as the State Treas­ury).
Po­land: New rules on con­fis­ca­tion of pro­ceeds of crime will come in­to...
In our Law-now alerts of 24. 06. 2016 and 01. 03. 2017, we de­scribed the most im­port­ant changes re­lated to a new draft bill con­cern­ing new rules per­tain­ing to the con­fis­ca­tion of crim­in­al pro­ceeds. The word­ing of the draft bill, after minor amend­ments (by the Sen­ate).