Criminal Law , White Collar Crime , Sports Law , Residency & Citizenship
Tomasz Wiliński has been a lawyer since 2004, when he started working as a trainee advocate. He has over 15 years of professional experience. During this time he has dealt with general practice, sports law, medical malpractice and has always dealt with criminal, consular and international law. Tomasz is an perminent criminal lawyer specialising in criminal cases, international criminal cases and criminal mediation and has acted in some of the most important cases in this sector in recent years. He has vast experience in defending individuals in the criminal courts in high profile financial fraud, cybercrime, crime against life and sexuality, crimes against humanity , human trafficking, drug crimes and international crime groups, white collar crime, with a focus on embezzlement and money laundering. Tomasz has been working on armed conflict cases since 2014, including this year helping victims of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict by detecting crimes against humanity and violations of international law. He has successfully gathered extensive evidence against separatists linked to the Russian Federation, which may enable the conviction of those guilty of crimes before an international tribunal. Tomasz is also actively involved in helping activists in Iran, victims of armed conflict in Syria, Ethiopia, Myanmar and victims of crimes including human trafficking, torture and crimes against health, life and freedom in the Middle East, Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran, Turkey, Poland, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia. In 2020, he was the first lawyer in Europe to lead an investigation against crimes committed by the administration of Alexander Lukashenko in Belarus after the rigged elections. He has collected evidence and flagged further crimes committed by the Lukashenko regime indicating that they qualify as crimes of genocide, against humanity and political and state terrorism. It is currently working on an application to the International Criminal Court in The Hague to prosecute Alexander Lukashenka, officers of the secret services in Belarus and Lukashenka’s administration for the crime of genocide, crimes against humanity, terrorism and human trafficking. He represents individuals associated with the Belarusian opposition, ordinary citizens of Belarus, Yemen, Iraq, Iran, Syria, Sudan in cases classified as international crimes, as well as Poles and foreigners in all courts and authorities in Poland. He is an effective mediator and activist. He fights for human rights and helps all those in need. He was awarded a pro bono lawyer in Poland in 2021 for helping protesters in Poland, Belarus, Kazakhstan and LGBT communities.
He is a member of ECBA, ECFL, DELF forum and others.
Wilinski Legal is a law firm. It was established in 2019 as a combination of the professional experience of spouses Magdalena Osińska-Wilińska and Tomasz Wiliński. It combines the passion of two lawyers with years of experience in the international and domestic arena. The law firm works with specialists in various fields of law, psychology, sociology and business. This allows us to carry out the most difficult business and private cases.
Magdalena Osiñska-Wiliñska handles the department of international commercial and human rights law, company law, restructuring, bankruptcy, higher education, commercial matters, copyright law, and commercial and civil law. She is also responsible for the entire mediation, negotiation and arbitration department. She is also a university academic, being the dean of the business college in Warsaw. She is an outstanding lawyer in the field of copyright law, advertising, media, social security, insurance, restructuring and commercial law. He is responsible for commercial and business relations at the East Desk.
Tomasz Wiliński deals with human rights, criminal law, international criminal law and public international law, extraditions, deportations, consular and diplomatic law. He is a specialist in white collar crime, cybercrime, conspiracy crimes, organised crime and terrorism. He handles cases in Poland as well as in the European Union and the United Kingdom. He is a human rights activist.
The firm advises clients from all over the world and handles cases within universal jurisdiction. It also provides legal support for Polish, European and global projects.