Agnieszka Grzesiek-Kasperczyk

legal advisor

I joined MyLo in 2012.  I became the law firm’s Partner in 2015 and since then I have been contributing to its creation.

Law runs in the family – my grandparents were judges and by virtue of my personality, my school teachers suggested I follow in my grandparents’ footsteps.  However, after graduating from the Faculty of Law at Jagiellonian University I ended up choosing a legal apprenticeship, as I preferred freelance work.  Conducting only one particular type of case seemed quite monotonous to me.  I still prefer to represent the interests of clients in court cases rather than to deal with corporate or stock market matters.

In my professional work, I combine three seemingly unconnected specializations.  I act as an attorney in complex litigation – including development, bankruptcy, banking and construction – and I provide assistance wherever an unconventional approach to a problem is necessary.  I advise on matters regarding consumer and competition protection.  I explain to my clients the law that is related to new technologies and personal data protection.  I actively ensure that technological and marketing innovations used by small and larger business are made legal, but not overly formal.

With more than 10 years of experience in conducting complex legal cases, this extensive background has confirmed my belief that the essence of work as a lawyer is to help people.  I try to talk about law in a way that is understandable to everyone.  I also use this approach in ongoing corporate advisory.  On a daily basis I try to show my clients how to use law for competitive advantage in their business.  The publication of my articles in “Marketer” and “Nowa Sprzedaż” proves that it is possible to talk about it in a straightforward manner.

In 2013 I became a licensed trustee. I also graduated from Management and Marketing at Jagiellonian University and I completed postgraduate studies in Finance and Accounting at the University of Economics in Cracow.