Łukasz Lasek handles judicial and arbitration cases, particularly involving new technologies and intellectual property rights.
He represents clients in cases conducted under the rules of the ICC Court of International Arbitration, the Lewiatan Court of Arbitration, and the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce.
He is a certified mediator at the Mediation Centre at the Polish Bar Council, as well as a solicitor in England and Wales (not currently practising in that jurisdiction).
He also represents clients in criminal cases, particularly involving white-collar crimes, and acts in pro bono cases.
He joined Wardyński & Partners in 2012.
Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw (2011, with distinction), including programme in US law at the American Law Center (in conjunction with the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, 2010) and programme in English and European law at the British Law Centre (in conjunction with the University of Cambridge, 2011)
Indiana University Maurer School of Law (2012)
His master’s thesis, “Limitations on access to medicines as a (side?) effect of patent protection,” won first prize in the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights competition for the best master’s thesis on human rights.
Warsaw Bar Chamber
Law Society of England and Wales
Human Rights Committee, Polish Bar Council
“Protection of whistleblowers” (co-author), 2019 Yearbook
“Clinical trial fraud” (co-author), 2019 Yearbook
“Collapse of cryptocurrency exchanges: Legal protection of users” (co-author), 2017 Yearbook
“Pay me my lodging allowance for spending the night in my sleeper cab” (co-author), 2015 Yearbook