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Maciej Gramza

Legal counsel, Managing Partner

maciej.gramza@gjw.pl
+48 61 663 03 60
Poznań

Founder of the GJW Legal Office. He directs energy and public procurement law practices of the Office, as well as procurement procedures. His specialization also includes handling transactional processes (M&A, obtaining financing, reorganizations) and investment processes.

For a dozen or so years, he has been cooperating with energy industry companies, including one of the leading energy groups in Poland, which he and his team supported in many business projects in the areas of regulatory advisory, public procurement, procurement procedures, transaction processes, preparation and implementation of investments, obtaining financing, competition law and IT projects. He is an experienced specialist in the field of public procurement law. He provided legal support at the stage of preparing and carrying out many considerably complex procedures with significant values. He conducted trainings, participated in the designing and creation of  e-procurement systems, repeatedly and successfully represented the procuring party in the appeal proceedings under public procurement law.

In the years 2005-2006 he worked as an Attestor, an attorney of the Public Procurement Office (Atestator Urzędu Zamówień Publicznych), authorized to examine awarding entities of a given sector. He advised on many projects of key importance for the power industry. He also has experience in managing and supervising enterprises, gained while performing the function of a member of the management board and a member of supervisory boards.

Author or co-author of many legal analyses and experts opinions as well as publications in “Prawo Przedsiębiorcy” (Entrepreneur’s Law Magazine), “Przewodnik Prawniczy” (Lawyer’s Guide Magazine), Bulletin „Energia Elektryczna. Klient. Dystrybucja. Przesył” ( ‘Electrical Energy. Customer. Distribution. Transmission’), Bulletin “Pod Prądem”( ‘Under Current’), RegulacjewEnergetyce.pl online portal and co-author of the Kosciuszko Institute report ‘Analysis of gas infrastructure in Poland from the perspective of future energy challenges and development of the unconventional gas sector’.

A graduate of the Faculty of Law at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań and the Master of Business Administration program at WSB College of Banking carried out in cooperation with the University of  Economics in Poznań and The Nottingham Trent University. He completed post-graduate studies “Increase of competitiveness of the Polish energy sector through EU assistance programs” in the Center for  European Integration of Adam Mickiewicz University and post-graduate program “Renewable energy sources” at the WSB College of Banking in Poznań. Entered on the list of legal counsels of the Regional Chamber of Legal Counsels in Poznań.

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