worked for sixteen years as a senior trial attorney in the US Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division. She also served as an adviser to several competition authorities in Eastern and Central Europe. She was the general counsel and vice president of UPC Poland and went on to manage another Polish media company. After heading a competition practice team as a senior partner in a Polish law firm, she and Małgorzata Krasnodębska-Tomkiel, the former chairman of the Polish Competition Authority, founded Hansberry Tomkiel, a competition law boutique with a strong emphasis on competition litigation. With regard to litigation, she oversees each step, beginning with the strategy for the case, a subject that she revisits with the team throughout the administrative and civil process. She works often with economists and is able to simplify their opinions when necessary. Ms Hansberry-Bieguńska is the President of the Irish-Polish Chamber of Commerce in Poland.
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