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DZP's Spanish Desk has over ten years' experience in providing legal assistance in Poland to businesses in various economic sectors from Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries. Our mission is to ensure that the cultural, language and legal differences between Poland and Spain do not pose a barrier to our clients.
The team is composed of lawyers who are members of chambers in Spain and Poland with extensive international experience and specialising in various fields of the law. This means we can in an accessible manner explain to our clients the intricacies of Polish law and adapt solutions and concepts known and applied in Spain to the requirements of the Polish market.
Thanks to our network of contacts and foreign partners, the Spanish Desk team is able to advise Polish clients on investments in Spain and in other Spanish-speaking countries.
Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business on the Spanish Desk in DZP:
Foreign Desk for Spain (2018):
The firm's Spanish desk includes Spanish-qualified lawyers who assist Spanish clients with a broad range of transactional matters connected with Poland, particularly in infrastructure and energy. Katarzyna Kuźma heads the group and is a key contact.
Katarzyna Kuźma is a Polish- and Spanish-qualified lawyer with particular experience in public procurement as well as projects in the infrastructure sector.
News | 15.02.2019 Once again we are pleased to announce that our firm has been ranked in the Chambers Global research. Our experts have been recognised in 3 categories.
News | 10.11.2016 Ten years ago, to support Spanish-speaking clients developing their businesses in Poland and also domestic entrepreneurs investing in Spain and Latin American countries, we set up DZP's Spanish Desk.
News | 12.09.2016 We are pleased to invite you to a seminar on "Changes to public procurement - management staff perspective" which will be held on the 4th of October. The seminar will be led by Wojciech Hartung
News | 15.04.2016 We are pleased to inform you that Katarzyna Kuźma, Head of our Spanish Desk, has again been elected vice-president of the Polish-Spanish Chamber of Commerce for a two-year term of office.
Deals corner | 15.01.2016 DZP acted for two companies (Spanish and the Dutch) from the Spanish Uriel Inversiones capital group in a dispute over payment of an additional fee. This dispute ended successfully for our client.
Deals corner | 18.12.2014 On 18 December the Regional Court in Poznan, X Commercial Appeal Department, dismissed an appeal against a National Appeal Chamber judgment in a case concerning waste collection in the Poznan agglomeration, thereby upholding decisions passed by the National Appeal Chamber.
Deals corner | 18.08.2014 Poznan Agglomeration Waste Management Inter-municipal Association signed a contract with a consortium of the companies FB Serwis SA and Cespa Compañia Española de Servicios Públicos Auxiliares SA for the collection of mixed and green municipal waste and for management of separately collected waste in the Poznan agglomeration.
Publication | 30.06.2014 The Spanish Desk of the DZP has recently been distinguished in the Corporate/M&A – Foreign Desks category of the prestigious Chambers Global 2014 ranking.
Publication | 01.03.2010 Spanish developers have invested extensively in Poland. What has been the effect of the global crisis on this? Agata Demuth, a partner at DZP law firm, talks to Beata Gołębiewska-Chęciak.
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