Bird & Bird
Bird & Bird
Kuba Ruiz is head of the Business Transactions Practice at Warsaw Bird & Bird office. He has been advising clients since 2004 and has extensive experience in the legal practices involved in IT and new technologies, transactional and commercial law and dispute resolution, including litigation and court administrative disputes, arbitration and mediation.
He has advised on, drafted and negotiated all manner of contracts and commercial arrangements including contracts for supply of goods or services, contracts relating to telecoms equipment, networks, agency, distribution, franchise, licensing, outsourcing, content, sponsorship, media and entertainment, IP, leasing and maintenance.
He was involved or led dozens of IT projects, including the largest IT system implementations in Poland, among others:
– on largest implementations of central banking systems
– on projects concerning purchasing ERP, CRM and other database systems
– IT governance audits in largest companies in Poland
– IT crisis management
His dispute resolution experience covers dozens of cases, in which he represented clients:
– before common courts
– before administrative courts including Supreme Administrative Court
– in arbitration proceedings (both local and international proceedings)
– during mediations
– during informal settlement talks
Kuba studied law at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Wrasaw. He also obtained a second Master of Laws degree from the Amsterdam Law School at the University of Amsterdam, Universiteit van Amsterdam (specialisation: International Trade Law and International Investment Arbitration).
Why not Agile?
I have asked over 30 senior managers from the FinTech sector (CIOs, Project Directors, Procurement Department Directors, General Counsel) one question – WHY NOT AGILE?
During my presentation I will provide the answers, try to identify the legal risks and/or fears and look for some simple solutions. I hope that the combination of fears actually declared in the market, combined with potentially simple solutions will be useful for Agile practitioners when speaking to potential clients in the market.Slides Video