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Marek Wroniak

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Hogan Lovells US LLP

Work Department

Corporate/M&A

Position

When clients need an international perspective on corporate transactions, they rely on Marek's proven experience for guidance. Not only is he highly skilled in corporate law, he also has in-depth experience in dispute resolution, employment law, public tenders, and arbitration. Marek has been heading our Corporate and M&A Department since 2000. His advice is sought by Polish and international financial institutions (banks, insurance, pension funds), as well as other entities on their economic activities in Poland, including mergers and acquisitions, restructuring, and labor law.

Career

M.A., Warsaw University, 1980

Languages

English, Polish

Member

Member of the Warsaw Bar Association, 1988


Poland

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP has a strong transactional offering, predominantly relating to cross-border M&A for corporates and financial institutions in Poland and across the CEE region. 'Capable negotiatorTomasz Żak advised Arcus Infrastructure Partners on its €417m acquisition of an 85% stake in Gdańsk Transport Company in a multi-stage transaction. The 'exceptionally knowledgeableBeata Balas-Noszczyk assisted mFinanse and mBank with the $138m sale of Latona to Phoebe IVS. Marek Wroniak is the department head.

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Dispute resolution

Within: Dispute resolution

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP's team is predominantly focused on corporate and commercial disputes pertaining to infrastructure and product liability, as well as investigations and white-collar criminal matters. Wojciech Marchwicki and department head Marek Wroniak are representing Piotr Wawrzecki, whose father was convicted of fraud connected with the prohibited commercial sale of meat under the Communist regime in 1964 (a judgment that was annulled by the Supreme Court in 2004), in a dispute with the State Treasury concerning the return of a confiscated estate. Agnieszka Majka is another key practitioner.

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Employment

Within: Employment

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP's practice head Marek Wroniak is advising Honeywell Group on day-to-day employment matters, as well as collective bargaining agreements, data protection, non-disclosure obligations and remuneration structures. Other clients include PayPal and Equinix Poland.

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Healthcare and life sciences

Within: Healthcare and life sciences

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP's team has strength in life sciences-sector disputes, but it also works closely with the firm's employment, IP, TMT, competition and corporate departments to offer clients a full service. Senior associate Agnieszka Majka, who has notable expertise in product liability, leads the team and regularly handles investigations, white-collar investigations and fraud-related matters. Ewa Kacperek successfully defended Icos Corporation in patent invalidation proceedings brought by two Polish pharmaceutical companies pertaining to the client's drug, Tadalafil. Marek Wroniak is advising two Mylan Group companies on employment law issues, such as restrictive covenants and global confidentiality agreements.

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White-collar crime

Within: White-collar crime

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP's white-collar and fraud group is part of the firm's global practice, and focuses on advising clients on combating fraud, and counteracting corruption and white-collar crimes, as well as conducting internal investigations. Practice head Marek Wroniak is recommended alongside senior associate Agnieszka Majka, who leads on internal investigations and compliance.

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