An expert on Polish, EU and international environmental law, including waste law. He has advised on environmental law issues in numerous infrastructure projects, M&A transactions and due diligences. He has a great deal of experience in assessing the impact of investments on the environment, in environmental law requirements for the operation of plants and in representing clients in administrative courts and before administrative authorities.
District Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw.
Daniel has authored numerous publications on environmental law:
[Fees for Water Services in New Water Law], M. Białek, D. Chojnacki, T. Grabarczyk, Wydawnictwo C.H.Beck, 2018
[Act on Keeping Municipalities Clean and Tidy. Commentary], Warsaw 2013
[Nature protection in provisions on preparing and carrying ot investments in nuclear energy facilities. Selected legal issues], in [Nature protection law and economic freedom], Lodz-Poznań, 2011
Daniel has graduated PhD studies in the Section for Legal Issues Related to Environmental Development and Protection at the Legal Sciences Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Lecturer on environmental law for attorney-at-law trainees at the District Chamber of Legal Advisers in Warsaw. Speaker at numerous academic conferences and workshops dedicated to environmental law.