Marcin Rudnik is a senior associate and a member of the dispute resolution, competition and antitrust, and real estate and public procurement practice groups of Wolf Theiss in Poland. He focuses on advising and representing clients in civil, administrative, insolvency and arbitration proceedings regarding construction contracts, real estate, corporate/M&A and competition law. He has participated in numerous arbitration proceedings before both Polish and international arbitration courts. He also advises clients on construction and development matters, including FIDIC contracts, as well on the leasing of commercial and industrial premises.
Marcin studied law at the universities of Gdańsk and Toruń, and the University of Regensburg, Germany, and was awarded an LLM degree. He also completed the English and European law school organised in cooperation with the University of Cambridge. He is admitted to the Polish Bar and speaks Polish, English and German fluently.