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We have many years’ experience in various segments of environmental law, including legal aspects of environmental impact assessments, water protection, air protection, climate law, waste law, protecting the surface of the Earth, protection against onerous administrative requirements and legal liability in terms of environmental protection.
The experience gained by our lawyers and the co-operation between our various practices enables us to provide legal environmental advisory services based on our clients’ expectations and the specifics of each sector.
Our services include:
News | 12.03.2018 We are very pleased to announce that both our law firm and our experts have once again been recommended in the Chambers Europe 2018 ranking that was published last week.
Publication | 15.12.2017 In September 2016, the Ministry of Energy announced a plan for the development of electromobility, with an initial draft act on electromobility and alternative fuels being announced on 27 April 2017.
News | 23.02.2017 In the World Bank report "Enabling the Business of Agriculture 2017", our Infrastructure and Energy Practice lawyers were named Local Experts on water law and its impact on the agricultural sector.
News | 25.04.2014 Yestarday the European edition of Chambers & Partners was published. We are pleased to inform you that both our law firm and DZP’s experts have again been recommended in the following categories:
Publication | 05.11.2010 Has your country adopted a new separate law to implement the 17/2004/EC directive?
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