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Magdalena Wyszyńska


CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Pośniak i Sawicki sp.k.
Budynek OMEGA/OMEGA Building
ul. J. H. Dąbrowskiego 79a
60-529 Poznań
Languages Polish, English

Magdalena Wyszyńska is an Associate in the Competition and Public Procurement Department.

For almost 15 years she has specialised in EU and Polish public procurement law. She has advised contracting authorities and entities on numerous public procurement projects. She helps them prepare for the tender procedure and ensure the process runs smoothly. She supports contractors in the preparation and submission of bids. Her experience includes drafting remedies and representing clients before the National Appeal Chamber. She also advises on irregularities and financial corrections related to breaches of public procurement law in proceedings co-financed by EU funds.

Her legal practice also includes state aid law and competition law. She has significant experience in advising both granting authorities and beneficiaries on measures covered by the block exemption, the aid scheme authorised by the Commission as well as the de minimis rule. She advises clients on mergers, anti-competitive agreements and practices, abuse of dominant position and acts of unfair competition.

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  • 2014 – Introduction to British law and EU law, British Law Centre, Poznań
  • 2012 – Post-graduate Competition Law Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw
  • 2010 – Master’s degree (Law), Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań
  • 2004 – Master’s degree (Political Science), Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań
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October 2018
E-pub­lic pro­cure­ment
E-pub­lic pro­cure­ment in a nut­shell
New Pub­lic Pro­cure­ment Law in the lower house of Par­lia­ment
The draft of the new act, the Pub­lic Pro­cure­ment Law, was ad­op­ted by the Coun­cil of Min­is­ters and sub­mit­ted to the lower house of the Par­lia­ment (Se­jm), where it has been re­ferred to the first read­ing. The new ex­tens­ive le­gis­la­tion is aimed at clean­ing up ex­ist­ing.
New draft Pub­lic Pro­cure­ment Law
The Min­istry of En­tre­pren­eur­ship and Tech­no­logy has ini­ti­ated a pub­lic con­sulta­tion pro­cess con­cern­ing a new draft Pub­lic Pro­cure­ment Law and reg­u­la­tions that will im­ple­ment the new le­gis­la­tion. Start­ing from 1 Janu­ary 2020, the new law is to fully re­place.
Em­ploy­ee cap­it­al plans and pub­lic pro­cure­ment con­tracts
Along with the entry in­to force of the Act on em­ploy­ee cap­it­al plans, amend­ments to the Pub­lic Pro­cure­ment Law stip­u­lated in that Act be­came ef­fect­ive. Un­der the first of the new reg­u­la­tions, the Pub­lic Pro­cure­ment Law may not be ap­plied to award con­tracts.
E-in­voicing plat­form for pub­lic pro­cure­ment
The first part of the pro­vi­sions of the Act on elec­tron­ic in­voicing in pub­lic pro­cure­ment, con­ces­sions for con­struc­tion works or ser­vices and pub­lic-private part­ner­ship entered in­to force on 1 Janu­ary 2019.