|Marcin Skonieczny has cooperated with Prokurent since 2009. He specializes in civil law, in particular cooperatives law and civil procedure. He is experienced in providing legal services to businesses, including advice on complex commercial matters. In his legal practice he represents businesses and individuals before the courts.
He is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw. He was admitted to practice as a legal adviser in 2011 and is a member of the Warsaw Regional Chamber of Legal Advisers.
2011 – admitted to practice as a legal adviser, Warsaw Regional Chamber of Legal Advisers
08/2014 | Break of adequate causal connection | Temidium. Prawo i Praktyka
The article discusses the practical usability of structure of breaking adequate causal connection between a presumed event causing damage and civil law damage. Many examples from judicial decisions illustrate the influence of breaking adequate causal connection on civil law liability.
06/2013 | Intertemporal principles and regulations in civil law. Basic issues | Temidium. Prawo i Praktyka
The aim of this subjective article is to explore the issue connected with the regulations and rules of transitional law. The article takes into consideration judicial decisions of both the Supreme Court and Constitutional Tribunal.
08/2012 | Article 435 § 1 of the Civil Code in the light of court decisions | Temidium. Prawo i Praktyka
The article presents practical aspects of responsibility of a person who runs on his own account an enterprise or a business set in motion by natural forces. The subjective article, in the light of judicial decisions, including judicial decisions of the Supreme Court, explains the interpretation of art. 435§1 C.C. and indicates its practical application.