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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).
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.
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.
Deals corner | 01.07.2016 DZP and the State Treasury General Solicitor’s Office represented the Republic of Poland in a case brought by the Norwegian investors, Geir Almås and Kristian Almås.
Deals corner | 24.02.2016 Our lawyers finally saw the successful end of a case that had lasted over 6 years to set aside an award issued by the Court of Arbitration in Warsaw in a case between Taifun Real sp. z o.o. and Exatel SA.
Deals corner | 29.01.2016 Advisory to PORR Polska Infrastructure SA, ZUE SA and Przedsiębiorstwo Budowy Kopalń PeBeKa SA in a dispute with the City of Poznan and the company Poznańskie Inwestycje Miejskie.
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.
News | 19.12.2014 We are very pleased to inform you that on December 18th, 2014 Krzysztof Zakrzewski has been appointed to the Arbitration Board of the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce.
News | 01.07.2014 The Partners in the law firm Domański Zakrzewski Palinka are pleased to announce that on 1 July 2014 their circle was augmented by Paweł Paradowski, advocate.
Deals corner | 05.09.2012 On 5 September this year, an ad hoc arbitration tribunal in administrative proceedings before the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague dismissed in full a claim brought by the company TRACO Deutsche Travertin Werke GmbH against the Republic of Poland.
News | 25.01.2012 The Court of Arbitrationt at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with experts from Polish and international law firms, has prepared a guide to Polish arbitration entitled Arbitration in Poland.
Publication | 30.08.2011 Significant changes in the area of international arbitration concerning the protection of foreign investments which have taken place during the last 30−40 years have influenced arbitration in Poland.
Publication | 30.08.2011 It is understandable that the power of an arbitral tribunal to resolve disputes must result from the intention of the parties. In this respect Polish Code of Civil Procedure follows general global rules.
Deals corner | 11.12.2009 On 23 November 2009 an arbitral tribunal issued the final award in a case brought against Poland by Nordzucker AG.
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