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Angelika Szufel

Senior Associate

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

Angelika Szufel is an advocate in the Infrastructure and Project Finance Practice at CMS Poland.

Angelika specialises in legal advice related to the organisation of infrastructural investment projects, including those carried out under public procurement and PPP. Her professional experience includes handling projects in the railway transport sector, where she has advised public entities on the largest infrastructure investments related to the construction of railway stations and contracts related to the delivery of trains. Angelika also has experience in servicing projects in the road, aviation, public utility, and energy and climate change sectors, where she advised on the preparation of proceedings, including the drafting of the contract, public procurement for the selection of a contractor for the construction of one of the largest power units in Europe, and then advised on the implementation of the contract. Angelika also has experience in advising engineers in construction projects and has negotiated contract terms for the design of one of the largest concert halls in Poland. 

In addition, Angelika has experience in transactional consulting, including advising one of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies in connection with a spin-off (through a division of the company) and subsequent sale. 

She also advised an infrastructure fund on the acquisition of a portfolio of photovoltaic farms, where she negotiated the terms of the O&M agreements, as well as on the acquisition of shares in energy sector companies and on restructuring. 

Angelika also specialises in advising on commercial disputes, infrastructure disputes and administrative proceedings. In her practice, she has repeatedly represented clients in proceedings before common courts, arbitration courts, administrative courts, administrative authorities, and the National Appeals Chamber. She has also advised during inspections conducted by the Supreme Audit Office and the Public Procurement Office, including the drafting of post-audit reservations and explanatory positions.

Before joining CMS, Angelika worked for five years at Weil, Gotshal & Manges.

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Memberships & Roles

The Warsaw Bar Association

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International Public Procurement Law, chapter 34A Poland, Center for International Legal Studies, West Publishing, 2017 – 2019

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2020 - Faculty of Law and Administration (PhD studies), University of Warsaw, Warsaw

2016 - Postgraduate studies in public procurement law, Łazarski University, Warsaw

2013 - Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Szczecin, Szczecin

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