He represents Polish and foreign individual clients and institutions in civil, criminal and commercial proceedings aimed at eliminating or limiting the negative consequences of business crime.
He also advises on compliance programmes to prevent irregularities and abuses in commerce and assesses the risk of criminal liability arising from business events, such as private corruption in the form of offering or accepting kickbacks for awarding contracts or orders.
Janusz Tomczak graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw (2001). In addition to becoming a member of the Bar, he attended several training courses within the prosecutor trainee scheme. He also completed a postgraduate course in economic and fiscal criminal law at Jagiellonian University in KrakÃ³w.
He has written several publications on practical aspects of criminal proceedings and combating business crime. He lectures and teaches training courses on various aspects of criminal liability and procedure.
He has co-authored two books published by LexisNexis Polska in cooperation with Wardyński & Partners: Civil and Commercial Disputes: Examples from Practice (Warsaw 2011) and Legal Risks in M&A Transactions (Warsaw 2013).
He is a member of the Warsaw Bar and a judge of the Bar Disciplinary Court. He is also a member of the European Criminal Bar Association, the International Bar Association, and Lex Mundi.
He acts as an expert for Fair Trials International and Transparency International, co-authoring the Progress Report on Enforcement of the OECD Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials for 2011 and 2012.
Janusz Tomczak joined Wardyński & Partners in 2003.
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