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Michał Cecerko, Maciej Orkusz and Jakub Wieszczeczyński join the group of DZP Partners
We are pleased to announce that, on 1 July this year, Michał Cecerko, Maciej Orkusz and Jakub Wieszczeczyński, who have been associated with us for years, joined the group of DZP Partners.
In the Corporate and M&A Practice, Michał Cecerko created and is developing a team for restructuring and insolvency proceedings. He advises both debtors and creditors in restructuring measures and represents them in court and in out-of-court negotiations. He has extensive experience in M&A, advising investors on distressed assets.
Maciej Orkusz is associated with the Dispute Resolution Practice. He specialises in court and administrative court cases, arbitration and contract law. He represents clients in, among other things, disputes involving banking transactions, construction disputes and combating unfair competition. He has participated in domestic and international arbitration proceedings conducted in accordance with UNCITRAL and arbitration court rules.
Jakub Wieszczeczyński specialises in merger and acquisition transactions and in restructuring and corporate matters. In the Corporate and M&A Practice, Jakub acts for private businesses and investors, particularly in succession issues. He represents domestic and international clients, particularly in the FMCG and new technologies sectors.
We extend our sincere congratulations to you all and wish you continued success!
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