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Chambers Global 2016 distinction for DZP


We are pleased to announce that both DZP and our experts have once again been recommended in the Chambers Global: The World's Leading Lawyers for Business ranking that was published yeasterday. As in previous years, the assessment criteria for lawyers were primarily projects completed and a professional approach to clients, whose opinions are the most important factor.

This year we have been distinguished in:CHG-DZP-2016

  • Corporate/M&A - Krzysztof Zakrzewski i Marek Świątkowski

[Eminent practitioner Krzysztof Zakrzewski is a widely recognised corporate specialist, particularly in the field of M&A. Sources describe him as "a fantastic lawyer." He often assists clients from the banking and telecommunications sector.
Marek Świątkowski advises on corporate and transactional issues. He recently represented Flarna in its joint venture with other buyers in the acquisition of ANWIS.
Foreign Desks: The firm houses a team of Spanish speakers who assist Spanish clients with investment into Poland. Dual-qualified in Poland and Spain, Katarzyna Kuźma heads the team.]

  • Dispute Resolution – Grzegorz Domański, Józef Palinka and Paweł Lewandowski

[Senior statesman Grzegorz Domański is a highly respected arbitrator in the Polish market.
Paweł Lewandowski assists with a broad range of disputes, including in the energy, construction and insurance sectors. Large construction disputes are his recognised strength.
Jozef Palinka divides time between litigation and arbitration instructions. He recently represented ING in several court and arbitration proceedings over currency options.]

  • Banking & Finance - Magdalena Skowrońska

[Proficient in regulatory matters, Magdalena Skowrońska is valued by clients for her "good communication skills and expert knowledge." Furthermore, she assists with M&A in the financial services sector.]

  • IP - Aleksandra Auleytner

[Aleksandra Auleytner advises clients on copyright and industrial property as well as intangible rights issues, particularly with reference to e-commerce law and new technologies.]

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