Provided by Konrad Kosicki
Konrad Kosicki is an advocate and counsel at the Wolf Theiss Warsaw office. He advises entities from the energy sector, particularly in matters relating to the acquisition, development and financing of conventional and renewable energy projects. He also advises on regulatory issues and trading in electricity, natural gas and green certificates, as well as emission allowances and Kyoto units. He has represented many energy companies before the President of the Energy Regulatory Office, before common courts and in arbitration proceedings. His experience also includes advising on infrastructure projects such as motorways and stadiums.
Konrad has participated in numerous conferences and seminars on the energy market, in particular in the field of renewable energy sources and their financing. He is the author of many publications on the subject of energy law and climate change, as well as issues of civil law.
Konrad obtained a Master of Laws – LL.M. in European and International Law at the University of Bremen. He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at Warsaw University and the Center for American Law organised by the Faculty of Law and Administration at Warsaw University in cooperation with the Faculty of Law of Florida State University.
Konrad Kosicki of Wolf Theiss handles the acquisition and development of renewable energy projects, as well as advising on commodity trading. One source comments that he is "responsive, and his advice is well structured legally but with a commercial sense."