Marek Dolatowski regularly advises utilities, companies from the energy sector (including renewables) and other clients on regulatory, corporate, M&A, development and contractual matters (contracts for sale and distribution of gas, electricity and heat).
He also represents clients before courts and regulatory authorities on energy-related issues.
He is a lecturer on energy law at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
He is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (currently not practising).
He joined Wardyński & Partners in 2011.
Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw, including the School of German Law (2010, with distinction)
Warsaw School of Economics (2009)
CEMS Master’s in International Management (2009)
Previously worked for an international law firm, in the legal department at the Munich headquarters of Siemens AG, and at Swiss Re in Zurich
Warsaw Bar Chamber
“Why are electricity prices rising in Poland? The rules for operation of the EU Emissions Trading System and its impact on the electricity market in Poland,” (co-author) In Principle. Legal Studies and Analyses, 2020 vol. 1
“How to contain the growing costs of electricity?” (co-author), 2020 Yearbook
“Poland fails to meet renewable energy targets. What then?” (co-author), 2019 Yearbook
“They cut off the power—what next?”, 2017 Yearbook
“What makes energy sector transactions different?” (co-author), 2016 Yearbook
“Are electricity prices too high?” (co-author), 2015 Yearbook
“The power industry in Poland: What to expect in 2014?” (co-author), 2014 Yearbook
“Purchase and sale of renewable energy projects” (co-author), 2013 Yearbook
“Changes in Polish business law following implementation of the Services Directive,” in B. Bieńkowska & D. Szafrański, eds., Historical, practical and theoretical issues of Polish and foreign law, part III, C.H. Beck 2011