Leszek Zatyka handles civil litigation, arbitration, administrative proceedings and administrative court proceedings. He represents institutional and individual clients in civil, commercial and enforcement cases. He has great experience handling cases involving clarification of title to real estate, claims between owners and occupiers of real estate, and liability in damages of public authorities for wrongful acts and omissions. He has advised on numerous transactions involving real estate for development projects, particularly with respect to reprivatisation risks.
As part of the law firm’s pro bono initiatives, he successfully represented a radio journalist seeking damages for mobbing and discrimination. He also represented a bank customer in successfully quashing a legally final order for payment issued over 10 years earlier, pursuant to which execution proceedings had been conducted for several years.
He joined Wardyński & Partners in 2007.
Faculty of Law and Administration, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Warsaw
Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law
“Solidarity Transport Hub: Ambitious plans, but too little time,” 2022 Yearbook
“Systemic limitation on liability of public authorities in Poland,” 2021 Yearbook
“Who to sue for unlawful use of real estate, for what and for how much?” (co-author), 2017 Yearbook
“Liability in damages of public authorities” (co-author), 2014 Yearbook
“Why does the bank care about reprivatisation?” (co-author), 2013 Yearbook
“Reprivatisation risk: An essential aspect of due diligence when acquiring Polish real estate” (co-author), 2012 Yearbook