has been a German advocate since 1999, currently entered in the roll of lawyers in Berlin, and a Polish legal adviser since 2003.

Mr Rocławski is specializing in the commercial law, with particular reference to commercial companies and contracts law. He provides advice on transactions of the M&A type, project finance, acquisition of companies, trade in shares as well as mergers and demergers of business entities. He arranges business transactions, conducts negotiations and has wide experience of matters relating to business practices.


is an advocate.He completed his legal training and passed professional bar examination in December 2005, being entered in the roll of lawyers in January 2006.

Mr Graczyk has long-standing experience of broadly understood economic law, and in particular economic criminal law. Mr Piotr R. Graczyk represents highly specialized companies in penal proceedings in cases involving combat against unfair competition. In addition, he provides legal aid at the stage of preparatory and judicial proceedings to companies aggrieved by white collar crimes.


is an advocate practising his profession since 1997. He completed his legal training as a prosecutor (1992) and before being called to the bar he pursued his career as a prosecutor.

Professor Wojciech Cieślak represents clients in complicated criminal cases at the stage of preparatory and legal proceedings.

Mr Wojciech Cieślak, PhD, is an associate professor at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdańsk, holder of the Chair of Law of Criminal Proceedings and Criminology. He is the author of numerous scientific publications on criminal proceedings and substantive criminal law.

Since 2011, he has been a member of the Scientific Board of Research Centre of the Bar and of the Arbitration Court at the Gas Industry Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw. He is a co-author of the Criminal Law System – “Penalties and punitive measures. .”. Professor Cieślak is a member of the International Association of Criminal Law (Association Internationale de Droit Penal).


is an advocate, member of the Bar Association in Warsaw.

She graduated summa cum laude from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw and has a master degree in journalism and communication studies at the Kolegium MISH of the Warsaw University. A graduate of the School of German Law of the University of Warsaw. She held a scholarship at the University in Bonn, Hamburg and Saarbrücken. She completed the LL.M studies in German law at the University of Bonn.

She is a sworn translator of the German language entered into the list of sworn translators under number TP/27/1 as well as an advisor on Polish law entered into the list kept by the Kammergericht Berlin.

Advocate Anna Porębska has an experience in civil and economic cases, court disputes in the field of transport law as well as in proceedings with a cross-border element. She advises German-speaking clients. In addition, her interests focus on the intellectual and industrial property law, protection of personal data law, competition law and European Union law.


is an advocate trainee of the Bar Association in Warsaw.

He graduated from Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw with the master’s thesis on “Selected Issues Concerning Unfair Competition Crimes in Polish Criminal Law”, which was written under the guidance of prof. dr hab. Małgorzata Król-Bogomilska.

He has been working at the RGW Law Office since 2014.

His interests focus on the unfair competition law, economic criminal law and sports law.


is a trainee legal advisor at the District Chamber of Legal Advisors in Warsaw.

He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Gdansk with the master thesis on “obstructing market access in the light of art 15 sec. 1 point 4 of the act on combating unfair competition”. He held an Erasmus scholarship at the University of Heidelberg. A graduate of the School of German Law of the University of Gdansk. As part of the scholarship of the Marga und Kurt Möllgaard he completed the postgraduate law degree LL.M. at the University of Cologne on combating the unfair competition under the supervision of professor Karl-Nikolaus Peifer. He is a winner of 2015 of the competition organised by the RGW Law Firm and UCLP Portal for the best master thesis regarding the law on combating unfair competition.

His interests focus on the economic law and law on combating unfair competition.


is a lawyer at the RGW law firm.

She graduated from Faculty of Law of  King’s College London in England. She completed the LL.M degree in International and European Law with specialization in International Trade and Investment Law at University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands.

Her interests focus on Competition Law and European Union Law.


RGW is in a good position to provide comprehensive legal advice thanks to the adopted policy of cooperation between civil/commercial departments and penal departments who by complimenting one another offer a consistent programme designed to meet the needs of the Client. The Law Office RGW has organized an advisory team with the aim of developing and consulting a consistent programme of providing legal aid on many judicial and extrajudicial levels.

The advisory team is made up of professional attorneys with long-standing experience:


is an advocate qualified to act as a substitute in legal proceedings before all courts in Poland.

He has more than twenty year’s experience as an advocate. For four years, he was a Polish legal adviser in Libya on the construction of a power plant in El Homs. The range of interests of Mr Stacewicz includes in particular the issues of business fraud. He provides professional legal aid at the stage of preparatory and legal proceedings. He is the head of long standing of a team of inspectors at the District Bar Council. Mr Roman Stacewicz is a patron of cultural and social initiatives.


is a tax adviser. He has been put on the list of tax advisers under number 00311 and has been practising the profession nearly 20 years. Primarily, he deals with issues of tax optimization, takes part in processes involving transformation of commercial companies, represents business entities before tax administration authorities and in proceedings before administrative courts.