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Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland

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Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland, Anna Ochocka, Warsaw, POLAND

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Anna Ochocka

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Eversheds Sutherland

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Anna Ochocka is an attorney at law and a member of the Real Estate, Infrastructure & PPP team of Wierzbowski Eversheds. She has over ten years of experience in providing legal services.

She specialises in infrastructure projects, including those carried out as public-private partnerships. She also has extensive experience advising on real estate purchase and sale transactions, as well as development and commercialization of real estate.

In the past few years Anna has dealt mainly with projects related to the construction and operation of motorways, advising the General Directorate of National Roads and Motorways (GDDKiA) on all aspects of the projects. She has also played an important role in the GDDKiA’s project for implementation and operation of the Electronic Toll Collection System in Poland.

Currently, Anna focuses on providing comprehensive legal services to Orange Polska S.A., in the project aimed at regulating the legal status of a wide portfolio of properties across the country, to which Orange Polska S.A. has the rights jointly with Poczta Polska S.A.

Anna Ochocka jest radc─ů prawnym w zespole prawa nieruchomo┼Ťci, infrastruktury i PPP. Posiada ponad 10-letnie do┼Ťwiadczenie w ┼Ťwiadczeniu us┼éug prawnych.

Specjalizuje si─Ö w doradzaniu klientom w projektach infrastrukturalnych, w tym projektach przeprowadzanych w formule partnerstwa publiczno-prywatnego. Anna Ochocka posiada równie┼╝ bogate do┼Ťwiadczenie w zakresie doradztwa w transakcjach kupna/sprzeda┼╝y nieruchomo┼Ťci, jak równie┼╝ procesach budowy i komercjalizacji nieruchomo┼Ťci.

W ci─ůgu ostatnich lat Anna Ochocka zajmowa┼éa si─Ö g┼éównie prowadzeniem projektów zwi─ůzanych z budow─ů i eksploatacj─ů autostrad, kompleksowo doradzaj─ůc Generalnej Dyrekcji Dróg Krajowych i Autostrad w zakresie ró┼╝norodnych aspektów projektów prowadzonych przez GDDKiA. Odegra┼éa tak┼╝e istotn─ů rol─Ö w realizowanym przez GDDKiA projekcie, dotycz─ůcym wdro┼╝enia i eksploatacji Krajowego Systemu Poboru Op┼éat (viaTOLL).

Obecnie koncentruje si─Ö na ┼Ťwiadczeniu kompleksowej obs┼éugi prawnej na rzecz Orange Polska S.A., w projekcie maj─ůcym na celu regulacj─Ö stanów prawnych szerokiego portfolio nieruchomo┼Ťci w ca┼éym kraju, do których Orange Polska S.A. posiada prawa wspólnie z Poczt─ů Polsk─ů S.A.


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Real estate

Within: Real estate

Krzysztof Wierzbowski┬áleads the team at┬áWierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland, which handles lease transactions, transfers of property, real estate development and financing, as well as complex infrastructure projects involving real estate development. Wierzbowski advised Turkish Airlines on three lease agreements in Warsaw Airport and Warsaw City Centre. The group is instructed by BGK Nieruchomo┼Ťci on a number of projects. Senior associate Anna Ochocka┬áis another key name. Grzegorz Witczymiszyn┬ájoined from an in-house position in 2018.

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