Overview

Agnieszka Paulina Regiec focuses on international trade law, WTO matters and EU trade law. Her experience in private practice both in Poland and the USA includes dispute systems design, legal negotiation and commercial law. She also gained experience as a Blue Book Trainee at the European Commission in the Dispute Settlements and Legal Aspects of Trade Policy unit of DG Trade, where, among others, she assisted with filing an anti-dumping case at the WTO.

Languages 

Polish, English, German

Education 

  • Harvard Law School, LL.M., 2020
  • University of Wrocław, Poland, Doctorate in Law (PhD), summa cum laude, 2019 
  • University of Wrocław, Poland, Master of Laws, summa cum laude, 2015

Publications 

Agnieszka has published widely on legal matters with a particular focus on US and Polish company law. 

Professional Activities

Agnieszka has taught Commercial Law, Consumer Protection Law, Partnerships and Corporations at the University of Wrocław. She has also taught Legal Negotiation in a private sector. Since 2015 Agnieszka has been a National Representative for Poland for the International Negotiation Competition (the oldest and most renowned competition focusing on international legal negotiation for law students) and a Coach for Polish teams.

Bar Admissions 

Brussels 

Poland

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    • 15/10/2020
    • Jurisdictions

    Greece

    Greece does not have a formal FDI screening mechanism in place. The laws in Greece generally encourage and facilitate FDI, with limited restrictions on foreign control or ownership and no sector-specific restrictions. Greece does, however, limit foreign ownership of real estate located in certain regions designated as border areas. This prohibition can be lifted following an application to a competent committee.

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    • 15/10/2020
    • Jurisdictions

    Cyprus

    Cyprus does not have a formal FDI screening mechanism in place. The laws in Cyprus generally encourage and facilitate FDI, with limited restrictions on foreign control or ownership and limited sector-specific restrictions. Cyprus imposes certain restrictions on foreign ownership in the areas of mass media and real estate, mostly targeting investors from outside the EU and the EEA.

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    • 15/10/2020
    • Jurisdictions

    Croatia

    Croatia has no formal FDI screening mechanism in place. Foreign investors are generally assured equal treatment to domestic investors. Only investors with their headquarters or residence in non-WTO countries need to meet reciprocity conditions. There are certain limitations on foreign ownership in the areas of legal services, freshwater fisheries, air transport and real estate. The responsible authority is the Croatian Financial Services Supervisory Agency.

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