Our team includes highly qualified lawyers, half of whom are attorneys-at-law with many years of professional experience. We aim for effectiveness, and this is why our priority is to provide clients with practical solutions that best suit their needs.

”Marek Furtek of FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz is widely regarded as a well-established name in domestic and international arbitration matters. He has a particular focus on contentious infrastructure projects. He recently advised the administrator of a Finnish bankruptcy estate in a dispute with GT Trading Polska over an alleged unfair enrichment.” – Chambers Europe 2017

FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz is representing an estate administrator of GT Trading Finland in claims against GT Trading Polska for unjust enrichment and return of loans. According to one client, Marek Furtek is ‘among the top arbitration lawyers in Poland.” – Legal500 2017

“FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz’s team acted for mBank, as a creditor, in several restructuring and bankruptcy proceedings against debtors including Call Center Poland and Paech. Leszek Rydzewski and Marek Furtek jointly head the practice.” – Legal500 2017

2016 Expert Guides

Marek Furtek is a recommended lawyer in Commercial Arbitration area by Expert Guides 2016.

Marek Furtek of FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz is a well-known figure in the market and a respected arbitrator. He is president of the Arbitration Court at the Polish Chamber of Commerce.

Marek Furtek of FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz is ranked in the Most in Demand Arbitrators category for Poland.

FKA Furtek Komosa Aleksandrowicz’s work includes acting for mBank and Millennium Bank in relation to toxic fx options. Marek Furtek and Leszek Rydzewski are joint heads of the team, with the latter leading in banking and finance disputes. Marek Furtek is also recommended in the field of banking and finance.

Marek Furtek
partner, attorney-at-law

Heads the litigation and arbitration practice. He has been an arbiter or attorney representing clients in countless arbitration proceedings, both before domestic and international institutional panels (such as SAKIG, VIAC, ICC and ZBP) and ad hoc panels. President of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw. He co-authored the first Polish code of good corporate governance for listed companies, and has sat on the supervisory boards of numerous public companies, including banks. He has also chaired shareholders meetings of various public companies. He has been recommended by Chambers Global, Chambers Europe and Legal 500 EMEA.

Fluent in: 
Polish, French and English