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We advise on all issues associated with the execution, termination, and performance of both domestic and international civil contracts. We particularly:
We also provide full-range services involving the preparation and introduction of general terms and conditions of sale/service performance.
We advise on selecting optimum contractual solutions to secure the interests of our clients, with special focus on identifying and securing the various types of risk, including tax risks, related to drawing up and negotiating contracts.
Deals corner | 22.09.2022 Lawyers from the Capital Markets & Financial Institutions Practice have advised on the sale of a 51% stake in LangMedia to Tutore Poland.
News | 01.07.2022 We are delighted to announce that, on 1 July, Daniel Chojnacki from Infrastructure and Energy Practice, Piotr Jackowski from Capital Markets and Financial Institutions Practice, Sylwia Kuca and Damian Szczygielski from Corporate and M&A Practice joined the group of our law firm's Partners.
Event | 08.06.2022 Rafał Hajduk will present the Polish legal and tax basis for trading financial contracts on the EEX market and the rules of trading on EPEX SPOT.
Deals corner | 19.04.2022 Lawyers from the IP&TMT Practice have advised LULU Production on drawing up a set of production agreements for a Netflix original series to be released on the platform in 2023.
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