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Sadkowski I Wspólnicy, Czesław Sadkowski, Warsaw, POLAND

Czesław Sadkowski

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Sadkowski I Wspólnicy

Work Department

Managing Partner, Attorney in Law

Position

Managing Partner in Sadkowski i Wspólnicy Law Firm. Working alongside with the Firm’s Commercial and Tax Law Department, Czesław has handled multiple restructuring, privatisation and merger projects, involving both State- and privately-owned companies. For instance, he oversaw the successful sale of Huta Częstochowa S.A., one of the biggest steelworks in Poland – a transaction worth in excess of one billion dollars. He has vast experience as a counsel involved in mergers and acquisitions of companies, or of their selected assets, representing and advising both sellers and buyers. He provided legal advice in relation to – among other transactions – the total sale of shares in LOT CATERING Sp. z o.o. and the purchase of shares in Wytwórnia Filtrów PZL Sędziszów S.A. As one of few nationwide specialists, making the use of knowledge of international law he successfully represents enterprises in the disputes settled by the Court of First Instance as well as before the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxemburg and before courts of Russian Federation, Ukraine, and Moldavia. As a lecturer in big training companies in Poland and the Regional Chamber of Legal Advisors in Opole Mr Sadkowski is involved in didactic activity concerning the issues of economic and tax law, and labour law.

Career

After gaining experience as an independent lawyer in several large business entities, including foreign capital companies, Mr Sadkowski established The Law Firm of Economic and Tax Law in 2003. Since February 2012 – co-owner and main legal advisor managing the law firm The Law Firm Sadkowski and Partners Limited Joint-Stock Partnership. Mr Sadkowski specializes in widely understood economic law, labour law and civil law. He speaks English and Russian.

Languages

Russian, English

Member

Regional Chamber of Legal Advisers in Opole

Education

Faculty of Law, Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland - Master Degree in 1999; In the year 2003 he was entered into the register of legal advisers in the Regional Chamber of Legal Advisers in Opole European Law at the European School of Law and Administration in Warsaw - degree in 2004 Kozminski Univeristy, LL.M. in international commercial law - LL.M. degree in 2014;

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