Kinga Ziemnickaattorney-at-law, partner
Dr Kinga Ziemnicka heads the Corporate Accounting practice.
She practises civil and corporate law, including litigation of corporate disputes. She has great experience providing legal support for mergers and acquisitions, particularly negotiating and drafting investment agreements.
In M&A matters she coordinates legal support for clients, with comprehensive development of the transaction structure and implementation at specific stages, negotiation of agreements, and advice on corporate finance and accounting—in particular agreements for the sale of shares connected with establishment of corporate relations, and sales of enterprises and business units.
She provides ongoing business-related legal assistance to corporate clients, including advice and assistance in creation, restructuring and liquidation of partnerships, companies, and branches of foreign enterprises.
She also advises clients and represents them in corporate disputes between shareholders, including in listed companies, in particular connected with protection against hostile takeovers, challenges to corporate resolutions, and cases seeking corporate dissolution.
She joined Wardyński & Partners in 2008.
Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University, Kraków
Interdepartmental postgraduate studies in accounting and auditing, Faculty of Economics, Faculty of Law and Administration, and Local Government and Development Studies Centre, University of Warsaw
Postgraduate studies on capital markets, University of Warsaw
PhD, Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (2016), with dissertation on corporate equity
She was previously an in-house lawyer providing comprehensive legal support for Bakoma SA, and from 2006 operated her own private practice, advising such clients as a retail chain, a foreign-owned bank, and housing cooperatives.
Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law
“When can a shareholder demand judicial dissolution of a limited-liability company?,” 2020 Yearbook
“Redemption of shares as a method for a shareholder to exit a company,” 2019 Yearbook
“How to eliminate unlawful amendments to a company’s articles of association?”, 2018 Yearbook
“When can a shareholder demand a dividend?”, 2017 Yearbook
“Sources for financing companies by the shareholders,” 2016 Yearbook
“Liability of management board members for the obligations of a limited-liability company” (co-author), 2013 Yearbook