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Baker & McKenzie’s Warsaw office is one of the largest and most recommended law firms in Poland. Our integrated team of legal and tax advisers, patent agents and economists work with sector specialists to deliver tailored and exceptionally insightful commercial solutions. We have extensive experience advising multinationals on all aspects of commercial law, including construction and real estate, mergers and acquisitions, corporate, securities, tax, intellectual property and technology.
We have had a presence in Poland since 1992 and have helped shape local regulation and laws. We are active in economic organizations and engage in opinion-leading activity in the media. Offering deep local knowledge and a sophisticated international perspective, our Firm received the International Law Office Client Choice Award for Poland in 2008 We are the most often recommended law firm in Poland by PLC Which Lawyer? 2009. Chambers and Legal 500 also classify a number of our practices and our lawyers among the best in Poland.
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On 22-24 June 2015 Sopot will host V European Financial Congress. The Warsaw office of Baker & McKenzie will once again actively participate in the Congress. Click here to view a preview of the event.
Our PPP & Infrastructure and Litigation teams in Warsaw recently helped SITA Bałtycka Energia sp. z o.o. secure a victory in appeals proceedings before the District Court in Gdansk. The court upheld Baker & McKenzie's position that it is permissible to rely on third party resources on terms specified in Article 26 section 2b of the Public Procurement Law in order to achieve a better position in the contractor ranking in two-stage proceedings — the negotiated procedure with prior publication of a contract notice, and competitive dialogue. This victory is crucial for entities that engage SPVs in public tenders in that it will help prevent discrimination of project companies in Polish public procurement proceedings.