Krzysztof Sajchta

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Krzysztof Sajchta

Country: Poland

Rymarz Zdort Maruta


E-mail: [email protected]


Krzysztof Sajchta is an advocate admitted to practice in Poland and a partner in the dispute resolution department of Rymarz Zdort Maruta. He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan in 2009 and qualified as an advocate in 2013. Prior to joining Rymarz Zdort Maruta, formerly known as Weil, Gotshal & Manges – Pawel Rymarz sp.k., in 2011, he worked in Polish law firms in Poznan and Warsaw. Krzysztof specialises in international arbitration, civil and commercial disputes, regulatory disputes, and criminal law matters. Krzysztof advises companies from various sectors, including energy, oil & gas, transport, real estate, banking, financial services, technology & communications, consumer goods, food and pharmaceuticals. His experience in international arbitration proceedings includes advising an oil & gas company in two arbitrations under the UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules related to the revision of the contract price for gas supplied under a long-term contract, as well as a Polish EPC company in an arbitration before the Court of Arbitration at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) related to a dispute between the investor and the contractor in connection with the performance of a construction contract. He has also advised clients in state-investor arbitral disputes under bilateral investment treaties. He has advised a multitude of clients in civil law and commercial disputes. His administrative proceeding and regulatory dispute experience includes representing clients in proceedings before: the Polish Financial Supervision Authority (KNF) and subsequent proceedings before administrative courts; the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) and subsequent appeal proceedings before courts concerning pecuniary penalties imposed by the UOKiK; building control officers; and the General Inspector of Financial Information. Krzysztof’s experience in criminal cases covers high-profile white-collar crime cases, in which he acted both on behalf of the injured parties and those charged or accused of committing criminal offenses, including in relation to stock market offences, insider trading and market abuse.