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Baker & McKenzie Krzyżowski i Wspólnicy Spółka Komandytowa

Baker & McKenzie Krzyżowski i Wspólnicy Spółka Komandytowa, Piotr Rawski, Warsaw, POLAND

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Piotr Rawski

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Baker McKenzie LLP

Work Department

Employment Group


Piotr Rawski, partner, specilizes in labour law with particular focus on collective and individual redundancies. In addition, he has gained extensive experience in M&A transactions and business restructurings (both from the corporate and employment perspective), as well as in outsourcing transactions. Piotr's practice has also involved advising on a number of high-profile acquisitions.


Piotr Rawski is a head of the labour practice at Baker McKenzie Warsaw.


Polish (native) and English (fluent)


Piotr Rawski is a member of Baker McKenzie's European Steering Committee, a body coordinating work of all Labour Law Departments of Baker McKenzie in Europe.



Within: Employment

At Baker & McKenzie Krzyżowski i Wspólnicy Spółka Komandytowa, ‘pragmatic’ practice head Piotr Rawski is ‘instrumental in finalising complex projects, and interacts with HR teams without being unnecessarily legalistic’. The group is providing ongoing support to Gartner, Aon and Amazon.

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