Agnieszka Chrzanowska

Advocate, Partner, Head of Media Sector

Agnieszka Chrzanowska
+48 22 326 9600

Agnieszka Chrzanowska provides comprehensive advice to businesses, especially from the media industry. She has extensive experience in press law, protection of personal interests, and copyright and related rights matters. She advises on and negotiates agreements concerning film and series productions, music videos, advertisements, management contracts, etc. Agnieszka deals with image protection in the broad sense.

Agnieszka specializes in resolving court disputes in all phases of the proceedings. In her professional practice, she also deals with commercial disputes, administrative proceedings before public administration authorities and administrative courts, and criminal proceedings, with a particular focus on proceedings relating to offences subject to private prosecution.

Agnieszka provides legal assistance on compliance policies (in the broad sense) of business entities, which includes making audits and inspections, implementing systems, developing procedures, providing training, and representing clients in investigations, court proceedings and administrative proceedings concerning white collar crimes.

Prior to joining K&P, Agnieszka worked at Warsaw courts and polish law firm.

Languages: Polish, English, French.

Membership: The Warsaw Bar of Advocates.

Education: the University of Warsaw, the faculty of Law and Administration (Master of Law, 2011).

Recommendations: The Litigation Practice has been recommended for Dispute Resolution by the Legal 500 EMEA 2017.

  • Successfully representing the publishing house Ringier Axel Springer Poland before the Polish Supreme Court in a case against the former acting director of the Central Training Center under the supervision of the National Education Minister.
  • Successfully representing the Chief Editor of the weekly Newsweek Poland against Marek Falenta.
  • Advising a start-up company in a dispute against the contractor of an internet platform.
  • Advising an energy company in a dispute against an independent international non-governmental organization in favor of environmental protection.
  • Advising in favor of the president of the management board of a transport company against the National Labour Inspectorate.