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Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k.

AL. JANA PAWLA II 22, 00-133 WARSAW, POLAND
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The firm

Deloitte member firms have a long-standing reputation for helping clients to address complex, cross-border issues. Skilled and experienced Deloitte Legal* lawyers work together with other Deloitte professionals in tax, consulting and financial advisory to guide their clients through a project in a co-ordinated way around the world. Deloitte Legal, present in over 80 countries, is able to provide holistic guidance around strategic business decisions as well as offer support services that can increase efficiency and reduce the cost of some routine legal activities.

Areas of practice

Corporate and mergers and acquisitions services: Deloitte Legal* provides a full range of corporate and transactional law services from complex advisory services related to major business life events (including advising in restructuring and mergers and acquisitions processes) through to general secretarial services.

Banking and finance: the finance and banking team offers legal advisory services provided by specialists with substantial experience obtained in international legal firms and financial institutions. Deloitte is a member of Loan Market Association and monitors innovations related to introduction new standards of financial documentation. It shares its knowledge and experience with its clients in the form of workshops and courses. Its services include: transactional support, due diligence, regulatory support, corporate services, takeover of assets by banks, services for the insurance sector, services for investment funds.

Real estate: the real estate team operating within Deloitte Legal* has many years of vast experience in supporting domestic and international real estate transactions. In response to its clients’ expectations and needs Deloitte Legal* offers comprehensive legal services related to real estate transactions. With its experience it is able to create significant added value. Its services include: pre-transaction stage, due diligence advisory, transaction structuring, real estate acquisition, commercialisation of shopping centers, logistics and office space, planning and construction-related procedures, contracts to carry out architectural and building projects, general contractor agreements, real property leasing – sale and leaseback, creating real estate funds and shaping their structure, real estate and asset management, litigation.

Commercial law solutions: companies are facing an increasing number of business challenges globally including more rigorous regulations and enforcement by local authorities in the countries where they operate. As experienced advisers with a practical focus, Deloitte Legal* can help clients meet these challenges and develop commercial solutions. It offers a broad base of commercial business law services in multiple jurisdictions. Its experience and global reach allow it to provide businesses facing complex legal regulations and challenges with personalised, tailor-made services.

Employment and pension solutions: turbulent economic times require companies to be agile and flexible in their staffing to remain competitive. Complex polices, frequent legislative changes and global operations make managing employee relations and compliance with employment law challenging for businesses. Deloitte Legal* provides businesses with the advice they need to make informed decisions and comply with a multitude of regulatory and procedural requirements.

Antitrust and competition: the competition and consumer law team provides full scope legal advisory for clients from various sectors and is best known from strategic advice in complicated M&A transactions, especially horizontal mergers and strategic advice for B2C businesses regarding consumer law issues. Its expertise includes assessment of distribution agreements in FMCG sector, as well as of consortium agreements between competitors, strategic advice on agency and franchise agreements (especially HSD and traditional trade) and high level advice with respect to consumer law issues in B2C relations. It also represents clients in antimonopoly proceedings and consumer related cases before Polish and European administrative bodies and courts.

* “Deloitte Legal” means the legal practices of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited member firm affiliates that provide legal services. For legal and regulatory reasons, not all member firms provide legal services.

 

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  • Cracow
  • Katowice
  • Lódz
  • Poznan
  • Szczecin
  • Wroclaw
  • Number of lawyers: 2,000+
  • at this office: 107
  • Languages
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Polish
  • Russian
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