Experienced employment, immigration and litigation lawyer
Magdalena Świtajska handles individual and collective labour law, in particular difficult redundancies of senior managers and protected workers, restructurings, transfers, cross-border aspects of employment law, and employment-related civil and criminal matters (such as civil and criminal liability of employees and employers, liability in damages, protection of individual rights, confidentiality and non-competition).
She has been advising clients for many years on legalisation of work and stay of third party nationals in Poland, delegating third party nationals to work in Poland and delegating Polish citizens to work abroad.
She represents clients in litigation involving employment termination, mobbing and discrimination, workplace injury and sickness compensation claims, disputes with the Social Insurance Institution, the State Labour Inspectorate and administrative authorities concerning work and residency issues of third party nationals.
She is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (currently not practising).
She joined Wardyński & Partners in 2009.
Faculty of Law and Administration, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń (2010)
Warsaw Bar Chamber
Law Society of England and Wales
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) (international associate)
“Foreign minimum wage for a Polish employee” (co-author), 2016 Yearbook
“Assignment to Poland: An appealing proposition for foreign employers” 2015 Yearbook
“Why is compliance important in employment law?” (co-author), 2014 Yearbook