Patrycja Treder is a member of the Dispute Resolution Team and Environmental Protection Law Team at DWF Poland. Her practice is focused mainly on dispute resolution. She practices in international arbitration, in particular investment treaty arbitration (representing both investors and states), national arbitration and national litigation. She has experience in disputes related to construction, infrastructure, real estate, the energy sector, the mining sector, the entertainment sector, competition law and the European Union law. She also advises clients in all stages of criminal proceedings. Patrycja also has experience in environmental protection law, competition law and tax law. Her academic interests concentrate on the European Union law, international arbitration and public international law.
Patrycja obtained her full legal education at the University of Warsaw, graduating in 2015. She also holds a B.A. degree in the English Language Studies from the University of Warsaw (2009-2015). Additionally, she holds a diploma from the ICC Arbitration and ADR Training Programme from the Jagiellonian University (2015-2016) and a diploma in the Introduction to English and European Union Law from the British Law Centre organised at the University of Warsaw (2012-2015).
- Advocate Trainee - The Warsaw Bar Association
- Board Member of the ICC Poland ADR Commission
- Member of the Young ICCA, YIAG and Young ICSID
- Member of a team representing a Central European country in an investment treaty dispute initiated by Dutch investors regarding the regulatory changes in the entertainment sector.
- Member of a team representing a Central European country in an investment treaty dispute initiated by a Luxembourg investor regarding its real estate investments.
- Member of a team representing Corona Materials LLC in the case of Corona Materials LLC v. the Dominican Republic (ICSID Case No. ARB(AF)/14/3) regarding an investment in the mining sector.
- Member of a team advising a Canadian investor in an investment treaty dispute initiated against a Central Eastern European country regarding an investment in the mining sector.
- Member of a team representing Elektrociepłownia Stalowa Wola S.A. (the Employer) in the arbitral proceedings before the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw arising out of a dispute with Abener Energía S.A. (the General Contractor) based on the construction agreement.