Counsel and member of the Dispute Resolution practice group of Wolf Theiss in Poland, Arkadiusz Matusiak heads the White-Collar Crime team. Arkadiusz specializes in commercial criminal law and criminal proceedings, including corporate investigations, compliance, asset recovery and corporate criminal liability/white collar crime. He often advises international corporations operating in Poland in setting up anti-corruption and compliance programs. Arkadiusz also represents corporations in criminal proceedings concerning unfair practices, bribery, trade secrets theft, VAT carousels and other tax crimes. He has participated in dozens of corruption and criminal trials, including against organized crime groups, police and army officers, state officials, as well as insurance and banking fraud cases. Arkadiusz is ranked as one of the leading lawyers in the field of WCC by Chambers Europe and The Legal 500. He participated as an expert in the Council of Europe project regarding the reorganization of the structure of the General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine. Before joining Wolf Theiss, Arkadiusz spent seven years building the White-Collar Crime and Compliance, Risk and Sensitive Investigations practice at another international law firm. He is an author of numerous publications in the field of criminal law, legal protection authorities and access to public information. Arkadiusz is also a lecturer at Lazarski University, in the Department of Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, and postgraduate studies in public procurement, control and supervision. He is a graduate of UMCS University in Lublin, Warsaw University (postgraduate diploma in the field of organized crime and counter-terrorism, Human resources management in the administration of justice) and Lazarski University (postgraduate diploma in public procurement). Arkadiusz is admitted to the Warsaw Bar Association.
UMCS University, Lublin
Polish, English, Russian