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We provide full-range legal assistance involving preparing and running undertakings carried out by public-private partnerships and under concessions for works and services. Our advisory is rendered to both public and private partners and we particularly:
DZP advises on largest PPP public transport project
Deals corner | 02.02.2023 A team of experts from DZP’s Infrastructure & Energy Practice and Capital Markets & Financial Institutions Practice has advised the City of Kraków on Phase IV of the Kraków Fast Tram project. The investment is worth over PLN 1 billion.
22 lawyers distinguished in Chambers Europe 2022 ranking
News | 17.03.2022 On March 17th the Chambers Europe 2022 ranking was published. Our lawyers once again took the lead in the 16 fields of expertise.
Poland’s (infra)structural foundations: are PPPs still the future?
Publication | 14.12.2021 In the October issue of the CEE Legal Matters, Tomasz Darowski, Partner from the Infrastructure and Energy Practice, analyzes what the future might hold for the PPP model in Poland.
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”.
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