Can I trust my legal partner?
Experience confirmed in the largest international ranking of law firms Chambers Europe.
Once again we are pleased to announce that our firm has been ranked in the Chambers Global 2019 ranking. Our experts have been recognised in 3 categories:
Dispute Resolution band 2
Józef Palinka band 2, Paweł Lewandowski band 3
Chambers review: Józef Palinka earns the admiration of market sources, who remark on his long-standing experience and also note his "open-mindedness." Paweł Lewandowski is well versed assisting with disputes related to construction, energy and infrastructure. One impressed client says: "He is always very helpful and always gives me needed information and updates about case."
Corporate/M&A band 3
Krzysztof Zakrzewski Eminent Practitioner, Marek Świątkowski band 4
Chambers review: Eminent practitioner and managing partner Krzysztof Zakrzewski is a highly experienced practitioner who is best recognised for his strategic role within the team. He advises on high-profile domestic and cross-border M&A. Marek Świątkowski has extensive experience in M&A, joint venture and restructuring work. He is also well versed in corporate mandates. Sources report him to be a "calm, creative, responsive and straightforward" practitioner.
Foreign Expertise: Spain
Katarzyna Kuźma is recommended.
We are now looking forward to the results of the Chambers Europe research that will be published on 7th March. We would like to thank our clients for taking part in the research and for their engagement and confidence in our firm that helped us to be recognised.
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