Andrzej Wiercinski is a co-founder and a senior partner of Wiercinski, Kwiecinski, Baehr a firm with more than 40 lawyers, headquartered in Warsaw, with a branch office in Poznan.
Mr Wiercinski has been an advocate since 1984. He is a member of the Polish Bar Association, the International Bar Association and a member of the Best Lawyers Advisory Board as well as Supervisory Boards of various companies.
Mr Wiercinski has extensive experience in corporate mergers and acquisitions and restructuring proceedings. He headed and advised on the most complex projects in this area in Poland. In the course of his practice, Mr Wiercinski has gained substantial experience in the legal aspects of corporate financial restructuring, including insolvency law. He conducted the sale of insolvent shipyard regarded the transaction of the year 1998 in CEE countries by The Financial Times. He conducted composition proceedings as a part of the financial restructuring of a major Polish private telecommunication holding company, regarded as the world's largest restructuring transaction in 2002 and other cross-boarder insolvency and security enforcement proceedings including restructuring of the steel sector. An expert in conducting negotiations relating to financing and tax structures, he also has wide experience in the provision of continuing legal assistance to corporate clients and he continues to be one of the most eminent experts in this field.
In 1969, Mr Wiercinski graduated from the Faculty of Law at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. In 1973, he received an LLD degree and in 1982, an advanced doctorate in legal studies. He was a guest lecturer at Trinity College, Oxford, in 1983.