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Poland: Golden goals


Marcin Krakowiak

Local and international firms are scrapping for work in Europe’s ‘golden boy’. But the market is not without its risks, including from neighbour Ukraine.

Poland had a good financial crisis. But then the country that has spent much of its history being pushed from pillar to post by Germany and Russia has had a good past 25 years. 

Having shed the yoke of the Soviet bloc in 1989/90 the country’s position as one of the most populated in Europe ensured it was targeted for a glut of foreign investment. A major privatisation programme lured global law firms by the plane-load and Warsaw continues to be home to several big Western legal practices, with Dentons’ local office (formerly Salans) home to the most lawyers in the country.

Source: The Lawyer, 17 March 2014

Whole article available: https://www.thelawyer.com/issues/tl-17-march-2014/poland-golden-goals/

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