Firm Profile > BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson Sp. k. > Katowice, Poland
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BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson Sp. k. > The Legal 500 Rankings
Public procurement Tier 3
Jarosław Sroka leads the team at BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sp. k., which advises contractors and contracting authorities on awarding contracts and the construction of infrastructure projects involving transport, energy and municipal infrastructure and the defence sector.
‘Very efficient. Able to keep and respect deadlines. Very knowledgeable.‘
‘They are keen to deliver even if it involves late nights and weekends.‘
SPIE Elbud Gdańsk
SAAB Technologies Poland
Berger Bau Polska
Vías y Construcciones
Swietelsky Rail Polska
Kapsch Telematic Services
Dispute resolution Tier 4
BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sp. k.'s department head Krzysztof Kowalczyk is an experienced litigator and arbitration counsel, with a particular focus on real estate, construction and infrastructure project disputes, as well as succession issues. Banking disputes are another area of strength for the firm, and it is often called upon to defend banks in derivative instrument cases.
‘I would highlight the great preparation they make of the cases (they develop a great knowledge of the issues, even when they are mostly technical and complicated issues) and how easy it is to cooperate with them.‘
‘Krzysztof Kowalczyk’s timely practical and commercial advice has been instrumental in achieving a number of very good resolutions of a range of disputes.‘
Vias y Construcciones
Fadesa Polnord Polska
Leonhard Weiss International
Capespan Fruit International
BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson Sp. k. > Firm Profile
BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson Sp. k. is one of the leading Polish business law firms. With more than 70 attorneys, legal counsels, tax advisors, patent attorneys and auditors operating in four strategic locations across Poland (Gdańsk, Katowice, Poznań Warszawa), we deliver all-round tailor-made advisory services to both domestic and foreign entities doing business in Poland, in particular enterprises, holdings and financial institutions. Integrating legal and business know-how with strong industrial insight, our teams keep marking a top market presence with their year-on-year high quality track records.
We have an extensive experience of working both on inbound and outbound investments, transactions and dispute resolution. Our active participation in international associations, such as the International Bar Association, American Bar Association, and other forums and chambers of commerce, as well as our strong links to leading law firms from other jurisdictions, gives us an edge in being able to efficiently and flawlessly assist our Clients in cross-border assignments.
We are among others a member of the German-Polish Chamber of Commerce AHK, Scandinavian-Polish Chamber of Commerce SPCC, French-Polish Chamber of Commerce CCIFP and the ETL Group. We are among the market leaders in relation to work for German, Nordic and French clients.
BSJP German: Since the firms formation in 2001, BSJP has been delivering comprehensive advice to German, Austrian and Swiss entrepreneurs doing business in Poland. We are one of the most recognized law firms on the Polish market servicing clients from the German language area with regard to transactional work and their daily operations in Poland.
BSJP Nordic: Thanks to the recent integration of one of the leading law firms providing services for Nordic clients in Poland into BSJP, we are now able to offer unique expertise in assisting companies from a wide spectrum of sectors from the Nordic countries in relation to transactional work, projects as well as their day-to-day business in Poland.
BSJP French: Thanks to our recent new partner’s vast expertise, we introduced into our offer a new specialization, BSJP French, via which we provide support to French entities operating in Poland, in particular in respect of corporate, IP and employment law issues.
BSJP believes that legal consulting is far more than just solving our client’s problems – it is about achieving their goals and visions. Supported by market insight, our innovative solutions are designed to drive business growth. That is why we will work with you in a pro-active partnership, continuously seeking ways to be one step ahead and add value to your company.
Banking, Finance and Restructuring: extensive experience in acquisition, asset and project finance, we are a first-class partner for both financial institutions and borrowers. Our top-tier specialization is real estate finance. In this area, BSJP is a recognized advisor of heavyweight foreign and Polish banks and investment funds.
Construction, Real estate and Public Procurement: With our highly-regarded public procurement practice, we advise entities participating in the construction and development of infrastructure facilities, to include road, railway and energy projects.
M&A, Corporate, Commercial, Employment, Tax: Highly supported by experts in tax and labour law, we offer comprehensive advice in all matters connected with corporate and commercial law, to include joint ventures, M&As and restructurings.
Agribusiness, Energy, Environment, Healthcare: A key focus of our agricultural practice lies in assistance in secure acquisition and sale of agricultural land and farms. We handle all matters connected with energy, including RES, and environmental protection.The firm also specializes in consulting related to medical law in its broadest sense.
Dispute Resolution and Competition: For more than 15 years BSJP has been representing clients before common and arbitration courts both in Poland and abroad, across all instances. We are particularly proud to house an acclaimed litigation practice in respect of infrastructure projects.
IP, IT and Data Protection: Dedicated team of lawyers and patent attorneys provides comprehensive advice in the area of new technologies and IT law. We have extensive experience in the field of personal data protection (GDPR), including with regard to regulated industries We also help in the protection of industrial and intellectual property, including trademarks, patents and copyright.
|Real Estate||Joern Brockhuisemail@example.com||(+48) 609 293 801|
|Construction||Piotr Jurczakfirstname.lastname@example.org||(+48) 609 293 804|
|Agribusiness||Maciej Prusakemail@example.com||(+48) 609 293 810|
|Public Procurement||Jarosław Srokafirstname.lastname@example.org||(+48) 883 363 226|
|M&A||Dag Nilssonemail@example.com||(+48) 662 078 022|
|Banking, Finance, Restructuring||Katarzyna Domańska-Mołdawafirstname.lastname@example.org||(+48) 505 178 852|
|Corporate, Commercial, Employment||Christoph Garschynskiemail@example.com||(+48) 609 293 812|
|Energy, Environment||Dominik Sołtysiakfirstname.lastname@example.org||(+48) 609 293 811|
|Dispute Resolution||Krzysztof Kowalczykemail@example.com||(+48) 883 363 228|
|Data Protection||Ewa Boryczkofirstname.lastname@example.org||(+48) 501 106 273|
|IP, IT||Marcin Krollemail@example.com||(+48) 883 363 252|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers: : +70
LanguagesPolish Englisch German Swedish French Russian Italian
MembershipsIBA (International Bar Association) ABA (American Bar Association) ADVOC
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Legal Developments23rd November 2020
In connection with the announcement of CIT taxation of limited partnerships in Poland, many entrepreneurs are deciding to change the legal form of their business. A registered company may be one of the most beneficial forms. Below we present the most important problems and procedures related to the transformation.
13th November 2020 Due to the ongoing pandemic, we would like to present some of the provisions of the Polish legal system allowing to modify agreements or enabling exemption from liability for their non-performance or improper performance due to changes in widely understood social and economic relations, and the so-called force majeure. However, in order to assess the possibility of their implementation in a particular case the provisions of such an agreement between the parties need to be verified each time.Article 3571 § 1 of the Polish Civil Code[i]
13th November 2020 Employers who hire at least 20 employees and, due to the difficult economic situation, intend to terminate employment agreements with a considerable group of employees, are obliged to carry out a collective redundancy procedure.Pursuant to the applicable provisions of the act on collective redundancies (Act of 13 March 2003 on the Specific Principles for Terminating Employment Relationships with Employees for Reasons not Related to the Employees Concerned, consolidated text, Journal od Laws 2018, item 1969), an employer is obliged to implement the collective redundancy procedure within 30 days, if they intend to make a collective redundancy concerning:
13th November 2020 On 15 October 2020, the Court of Justice of the European Union (hereinafter: CJEU) give their verdict regarding a Polish company: E. sp. z o.o. sp.k. against the Polish Minister of Finance (case no. C-335/19), regarding the compliance of Polish provisions within the scope of bad debt relief in VAT with EU regulations.
13th November 2020 We would like to draw your attention to the revolutionary changes in taxation of business entities, which are included in the government's bill amending the Act on Personal Income Tax, the Act on Corporate Income Tax, the Act on Lump Sum Income Tax on Certain Incomes Earned by Natural Persons and certain other acts (print no 642). Please find below the ones that, in our view, would have a significant impact on the real estate sector.