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An internationally recognised practice with a solid presence in Poland, focusing on core transactional areas and offering dispute resolution capabilities. The team is highly receptive to the multi-jurisdictional needs of its clientele and can call on the extensive resources of DLA Piper's global network. The group acts for international clients, often on local elements of multi-jurisdictional deals and cases, and is also retained by local corporates looking to branch out internationally.
The firm offers solid capabilities from Warsaw in key practice areas including banking and finance, equity capital markets and M&A, as well as expertise in dispute resolution. Its expertise is frequently sought out by private equity funds, TMT companies, car manufacturers, and real estate companies. As well as having access to the firm's global coverage, clients benefit from the experience of the Polish team working across CEE, and from DLA Piper's footprint across the region.
One client says: "The multi-jurisdictional team was led from the Warsaw office and involved advice from Polish, German, UK and Swiss lawyers. The team demonstrates strategic thinking and a very business-oriented approach. I am particularly impressed with their commitment and work ethic."
Other clients highlight the firm's strong handle on global mandates, particularly pan-European matters. One client comments: "I have full confidence in their cross-border capabilities within the EU and the USA. The team is composed of lawyers having experience at leading international law firms, in-house legal departments and public authorities."
Another says: "We cooperate in relation to the European legal environment and DLA Piper have great insights and great analysis when it comes to comparing different EU countries and how they implement EU regulations."