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We represent corporations, authorities and state-owned enterprises in proceedings before both institutional and ad hoc arbitration courts.
DZP’s lawyers act, inter alia, as attorneys-in-fact in investment cases before the Arbitration Tribunals in Zurich, Brussels and Paris and also in domestic and international corporate cases, e.g. before the Tribunals in Vienna and Paris based on various rules (ICC, UNCITRAL). Many members of our Litigation Practice are renowned arbitrators in both domestic and international tribunals (e.g. Paris, Vienna).
Solidarity Arbitration and Mediation Days conference
Event | 17.11.2022 During the conference, Pawel Lewandowski from the Dispute Resolution Practice will take part in a discussion on the impact of the pandemic on the dispute resolution process.
AIJA’s Construction Dispute Conference in Vienna
Event | 15.10.2021 On 14-16 October 2021 in Vienna AIJA holding its Construction Dispute Conference. On the second day of the Conference, Katarzyna Kuźma will be a speaker at a panel entitled “Public Enemies: PPP - do's and don'ts”.
Legal 500 EMEA 2018 recommendations for DZP
News | 12.04.2018 A new edition of Legal500 EMEA has been just published. We are very pleased to inform you that once again both our law firm and individual experts have been recommended in several categories.
PKP Intercity awarded record compensation
Deals corner | 12.12.2016 We represented PKP Intercity in an arbitration over the payment of a contractual penalty by Alstom for delayed supply of Pendolino trains. The award is EUR 42.3 million with interest.
From 25 May 2018 the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies in Poland and other European Union countries. We would therefore like to give you several details on the subject of how DZP processes personal data.
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