Has several years of experience in providing comprehensive tax advice to clients in matters relating to reorganisation, mergers and acquisitions, and the selection of effective tax structures for their operations and investments.
Has been involved in developing and implementing a number of restructuring projects related to both the acquisition and operating activity of companies and has carried out numerous tax due diligences in various business sectors.
Has extensive expertise in tax crime cases and tax litigation, particularly related to the implementation of effective tax structures.
Advises clients on preparing and effectively implementing strategies in criminal proceedings and tax disputes.
Represents clients before law enforcement authorities, the National Revenue Administration and courts.
News | 11.04.2022
In the latest Legal 500 ranking by the EMEA publication, DZP and 49 of our experts have again been recognised.
Deals corner | 04.11.2021
DZP advised Pall-Ex International Limited, a shareholder of Pallex 24 sp. z o.o., on a transaction to acquire shares in that company from its other shareholders. The transaction was coordinated by Bartosz Marcinkowski, Partner, and Maciej Ciszkiewicz, Senior Associate in the Corporate and M&A Practice.
Deals corner | 09.09.2021
The Law Firm DZP advised Zakłady Włókien Chemicznych “Stilon” S.A. upon the sale of all its shares to the Spanish textile group Anglés Textil S.A.
Deals corner | 29.07.2021
The dispute concerned tax regulations on sham legal transactions being applied as if they were an anti-avoidance clause. The tax arrears amounted to over PLN 4 million.
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