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Legal market overview

The energy sector has been a lucrative source of instructions for Polish law firms recently, as planned changes to subsidies mean that energy producers have been eager to get their infrastructure online before the start of 2016. The government’s plans to reduce the country’s reliance on coal and imported gas also include the development of a nuclear power plant by 2025, which is already occupying several firms.

Real estate lawyers also had a busy year in 2014, not only because of energy-related work, but also in relation to the development of road and rail infrastructure, logistics facilities, office space and especially new retail sites. Polish real estate is a particularly attractive target for German and US institutional investors.

The legal market has been relatively stable, with few significant mergers or team moves, albeit DJBW was formed by the merger of Biedecki and Daniłowicz Jurcewicz i Wspólnicy.

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