How does my legal partner work?
David Shasha, an English solicitor with extensive experience in commercial law, M&A and financing, has joined our team. David will be working in London, where he will co-ordinate DZP's relationships with law firms, financial institutions and companies located in the United Kingdom. He will also support DZP's lawyers advising international and Polish clients.
We look forward to working with David. Having him as a member of our team will significantly assist in our London marketing initiatives, said Krzysztof Zakrzewski, Managing Partner.
David Shasha has worked with international law firms for over 30 years. Before joining DZP, he worked at Clifford Chance (where, among other things, he was founder partner of offices in Warsaw, Prague and Budapest), Simmons & Simmons, Gowlings (now Gowling WLG) and Watson Farley & Williams. He has been distinguished in international rankings by both Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 and was named one of the "Hot 100" by The Lawyer 2011. David's position at DZP will be that of Counsel.
I have known DZP for a number of years, and have been impressed by the progress the firm has made during that time. I look forward to working with DZP in the London market, and helping the firm increase its international business - said David Shasha.
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