Sabina Famirska practises antitrust law, competition law and commercial law. She is experienced in conducting proceedings concerning anti-competitive practices and merger review.
She joined Wardyński & Partners in 2006.
Faculty of Law and Administration, Jagiellonian University, Kraków
Postgraduate studies in intellectual property law, University of Warsaw
international antitrust course, International Practice Diploma Programme, International Bar Association and the University of Law of England and Wales
In 2000–2002 she worked as in-house counsel at companies. In 2003–2005 she worked at the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK).
Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law
Vice Chair, Competition Commission, ICC Poland
The Legal 500 EMEA (2019 – 2020), Competition/Antitrust
Chambers Europe (2016 – 2017), Competition/Antitrust
Leaders League 2015, Competition
“Antitrust problems of artificial intelligence,” 2020 Yearbook
“Poland: Competition Litigation 2020” (co-author), ICLG.com
“Searches by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection: An overview,” 2019 Yearbook
“Poland: Competition Litigation 2019” (co-author), ICLG.com
“Leniency: Whistleblowers’ dilemmas”, 2017 Yearbook
“A new weapon in the hands of UOKiK,” 2016 Yearbook
“Antitrust risks in franchise agreements,” 2014 Yearbook
“Liability of management board members for anti-competitive practices,” 2013 Yearbook
“Is it easy to be a leniency applicant in Poland?” (co-author), 2012 Yearbook