• dr ARTUR Rycak

    over 25 years of judicial practice
    in labour law, including 13 years
    of adjudication as a judge

  • dr Magdalena Rycak

    over 20 years of experience
    in labour law


Magdalena Rycak

magdalena  |   +48 502-536-076 

She received her Ph.D. in Law at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. She is also a graduate of the Faculty of Journalism and Political Science at the University of Warsaw. An acclaimed expert in working time, Ms Rycak's principal areas of research and teaching include the working time of employees in the road transport sector, employment of temporary workers, protection of personal data, and collective redundancies. Prior to the position of Adjunct Professor at the Polish Academy of Science in the years 2008-2013, she worked as a lecturer at the National School of Judiciary and Public Prosecution.

She has conducted over a hundred seminars on labour law for corporate clients from various sectors. Ms Rycak is Adjunct Professor and a director of postgraduate studies in Labour Law and Social Security at the Faculty of Law and Administration at Lazarski University in Warsaw since 2009; a Vice Dean of the Faculty of Law in the years 2010-2015, and a director of the Postgraduate Program in Labour Law and Social Security at Lazarski University since 2009. Since October 2015 she has worked as an expert lawyer in the Labour Law Board of NSZZ “Solidarność,” the largest Polish trade union. Ms Rycak has worked with the Service of Labour Law and Social Security WOLTERS KLUWER (Serwis Prawa Pracy i Ubezpieczeń Społecznych WOLTERS KLUWER) for several years, where she has responded to over two thousand questions regarding labour law. An author of several articles and numerous papers and books on labour law and protection of personal data.

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Artur Rycak

artur  |   +48 601 071 221 

an advocate, a doctor in labour law, a judge in labour law and other courts (2000-2016), a lecturer at Lazarski University (2009-2018), assistant in the Chair of Labour Law and Social Insurance at Catholic University in Lublin (1997-2006), a chief specialist in Department of Common Courts at Ministry of Justice (2006-2013), an author of many scientific papers and books in labour law and civil litigation, a speaker at many international and national conferences, the president of International Association for Labour Law and Social Insurance Courts with its seat in Warsaw, conducting lots of trainings in labour law and court disputes for judges, solicitors, heads of HR Departments in polish and international business companies.

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Michał Skąpski

Michał Skąpski, habilitated doctor, associate professor at the Department of Labor and Social Law of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań.

In 2010-2017, head of the department of Labor Law and Social Law at the University of Szczecin.

Author of several dozen scientific publications, including monographs, studies, articles, comments and a voice on theoretical issues of labor law as well as individual and collective labor relations.

In 2016-2018, a member of the governmental Labor Law Codification Committee. Participant of individual and collective negotiations on forming labor relations, work environment and the content of autonomous sources of labor law.

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Monika Tomaszewska

Habilitated doctor, associate professor at the University of Gdańsk, currently holding the position of the Head of the Department of Labor Law at the University of Gdańsk.

Author of several dozen scientific publications, including monographs, studies, articles, comments, expert opinions and glosses on theoretical issues of European and Polish labor law. A long-time trainer at training courses for lawyers in the field of European and Polish labor law, including courses for judges.

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Renata Babińska-Górecka

PhD in legal sciences, prof. University of Wrocław, Head of the Social Insurance Office at the WPAiE University of Wrocław, attorney-at-law, a part-time member of the Self-Government Board of Appeal in Wrocław, scholarship holder of Max-Planck-Institut für Sozialrecht und Sozialpolitik in Munich. .

Lecturer at Postgraduate Studies in Labor Law and Social Law at the University of Wrocław. and a trainer of social assistance staff as part of the Training "Social Welfare Organization" (WPAiE UWr.).

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Aleksander Kasprowicz


Attorney-at-law. In the last few years, judge of the VII Labor and Social Insurance Division of the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw. Previously, for many years he was an assistant judge at the District Court in Toruń. A graduate of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. He has over 20 years of experience in litigation in the field of labour law. In the law firm, he is responsible for litigation as well as individual labor law.

Maciej Krzysiak

Attorney (advocate), member of the Bar Association in Warsaw.

Graduate (cum laude) of the University of Warsaw (Faculty of Law and Administration). Maciej completed also the School of American Law. Languages spoken: English, German.

Maciej has several years of experience in handling court cases and providing legal advice, both in law firms and as an in-house lawyer.

Witold Moszyński


Passionate about HR and IT Innovation. CEO & Owner HCCG – Human Capital Consulting Group Witold Moszyński & Partners.

For over 13 years has advised boards of directors and firms of various branches in the scope of Human Capital Management as well the implementation of information systems of personnel management including remote-controlling solutions based on the computing cloud. Business consultant, specializing among others, in setting up effective organizations, teams and individual employees as well as effective business processes.

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Kamila Naumowicz


Doctor of Laws.

Kamila specializes in individual labour law, data protection law and social security law.

She has many years of experience in training on labour law and data protection for both private and public sector.

She is a member of the International Society for Labour and Social Security Law.

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Nina Bronisz


Nina is a trainee of the Bar Association in Warsaw. She is a graduate of the Jagiellonian University. She graduated from full-time studies with a very good result.

She gained experience during her studies while working in a civic counseling centre.

In addition, she graduated from the Slovak Law School of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University.

She specialises in individual labor law and litigation.

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