Poland offers many advantages to international companies and investors. The country, one of the largest of all the new EU markets, is considered one of the most resilient economies in the European Union.

City view Warsaw with skyscrapers

Its economy is built on production structures in a wide range of industrial sectors, which have developed over a long period. An ideal location at the centre of continental Europe also makes Poland highly attractive as an investment and production location for supplying the markets of both Western and Eastern Europe.

For 30 years, we have been advising entrepreneurs and investors on all of their business activities and investments in Poland and CEE region.

  • Setting-up companies and branch offices and obtaining business licences and other necessary permits
  • Acquisition of companies and businesses
  • Joint ventures
  • Competition issues and merger control
  • Real estate: acquisitions, disposals and leases
  • Greenfield and brownfield investments
  • Adapting of international business processes (general terms and conditions, internal rules) to Polish legislation and the local market
  • Alignment with EU guidelines
  • Financing of investment and expansion projects
  • State aid/subsidies/state aid advice
  • Public procurement and tendering procedures/PPP
  • Setting-up production and establishing of production sites (including construction planning and legal advice)
  • Advice on operations, incl. support with import and export procedures and customs matters
  • Strategic consolidation of market position through mergers, acquisitions and restructuring processes
  • Setting-up and expansion of sales systems and distribution networks, including franchising
  • Employment law and human-resources matters
  • Intellectual property issues, especially copyright, trademarks, industrial property rights
  • IT, Digital Business, in particular software, apps, IT services and e-commerce
  • Investment protection
  • Compliance with national and international legislation
  • Adapting business activities and processes to international and local standards
  • Defending business interests, including handling cases before state courts and in arbitration proceedings
  • Compliance and internal investigations, White Collar Crime
  • Data protection
  • Regulatory issues

Litigation before arbitral tribunals and local courts