Michał Synowiec is an attorney-at-law and has an MBA from the Polish Academy of Sciences. He has extensive experience in advising international corporations, state-owned companies, small and medium-sized enterprises and individuals on labour law issues. He specialises in representing clients in all types of employment-related disputes, in particular concerning the termination of employment contracts and related claims, overtime, the ascertainment of the existence of an employment relationship, harassment, discrimination, and non-compete agreements.
Michał also provides legal support in internal investigations concerning allegations of harassment, bullying, fraud, theft, corruption, and acts of unfair competition. In addition, he supports clients in their relationships with employee representative bodies, including trade unions and works councils.
Michał is the author of numerous labour law publications. He lectures and runs training courses on issues such as working time, termination of employment contracts, methods used by employers to protect themselves against disloyal employees, and anti-harassment and anti-discrimination procedures.
Dominika Nowak advises clients on all aspects of employment and labour law. In particular, she supports international companies in establishing and developing their business activities in Poland by preparing, implementing, and modifying employee-related legal documentation (e.g. internal rules and bonus policies), preparing and negotiating the terms and conditions of employment for senior managers.
Dominika provides ongoing support to clients on individual labour law issues such as working time arrangements, discrimination, harassment, termination of employment, the financial and disciplinary liability of employees, and outsourcing. In addition, she advises on the employment law aspects of corporate transactions and collective redundancies, as well as on dispute resolution – both in court and out of court.
Dominika heads the DLA Piper Mobility practice, offering support on immigration matters such as the delegation of Polish and foreign employees and the legalisation of their stay and work abroad.
Hubert Hajduczenia advises clients on labour law and social insurance matters. He specialises in issues related to the termination of employment (both individual and collective redundancies) as well as the litigation aspects of labour law, non-compete agreements, acts of unfair competition (including the poaching of employees) and the transfer of employing establishments to new employers. He also supports clients on various ongoing labour law matters.
Hubert is the author of numerous articles in business newspapers (Gazeta Prawna and Rzeczpospolita) as well as in academic journals (Praca i Ubezpieczenia Społeczne, Państwo i prawo and Orzecznictwo Sądów Polskich).
Emilia Kalecka specialises in individual and collective labour law. She advises both Polish and foreign companies and individual clients on issues related to concluding, terminating and reviewing employment contracts and civil law contracts, including those of managerial staff. She also advises on the developing and implementing of internal company regulations, including those on mobbing and discrimination.
Emilia also supports employers in a variety of employee litigation and advises on current labour law and social security issues. She is the author and co-author of numerous publications on labour law in legal journals and academic journals.