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An expanded, i.e. European, part of the Chambers and Partners ranking has just been published. The Europe Guide is a supplement to the Global Guide results published in March and also distinguishes DZP and its experts again.
We are recommended in the following categories:
Life sciences - Marcin Matczak, Michał Czarnuch, Tomasz Kaczyński and Patryk Turzański
[Very pragmatic, clear and understandable.
If we have a problem with very important topics, such as reimbursement, we contact DZP to guarantee that things are prepared to a high level, ready for discussion with the authorities.]
Projects & Infrastructure - Katarzyna Kuźma and Magdalena Zabłocka
[The firm always tries to understand the business side of things and offers commercial and practical solutions.]
Public Procurement - Wojciech Hartung, Katarzyna Kuźma and Tomasz Michalczyk
[The lawyers are very rational and focused on the daily co-operation and recovering from complex solutions. They have a desire to solve problems." "A recognisable team, valued by customers.]
Energy & Natural Resources - Paweł Grzejszczak
[The firm has a sizeable practice and experience with energy law.
The lawyers are very good at their work and really know the energy market.]
Environment - Daniel Chojnacki
[The lawyers are extremely knowledgeable, not only in areas regarding legislative matters but also in how to interpret those provisions.
The team is punctual, professional and objective.]
The full ranking for DZP can be found at: http://www.chambersandpartners.com/europe/
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