Mr Mateusz Baran > Crido Legal > Warsaw, Poland > Lawyer Profile

Crido Legal
Crido Legal J. Ziólek i Wspólnicy Sp. k.

Work Department

Corporate, M&A


Partner at Crido Legal, head of Corporate and M&A practice


Mateusz Baran, legal adviser, is a partner responsible for the corporate law practice. He has been with the firm since its inception. He previously worked at CRIDO, where he started his career as an intern. As a Partner Mateusz currently manages a team of over a dozen lawyers advising in the field of corporate law. While working at CRIDO, Mateusz obtained the title of legal advisor and completed many challenging and demanding projects. Mateusz deals with a wide range of matters, with particular emphasis on complex reorganisation processes and M&A transactions. He often cooperates with foreign advisors, efficiently implementing innovative cross-border projects.


Polish, English


Warsaw Bar Association


Mateusz graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin.

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Private client

(Next Generation Partners)

Mateusz BaranCrido Legal

Crido Legal is well placed to advise private clients, bringing together expertise in corporate and commercial transactions and tax advisory services. In addition to business law advice, the group also handles succession and inheritance issues. The team is headed by Mateusz Baran, a commercial law specialist, who is supported by senior associates Marzena Lau and Katarzyna Żółcińska.

Poland > Investment funds

Crido Legal‘s team has experience in advising international and Polish clients on portfolio reorganisations and fund transactions, with the ability to leverage the firm’s strong tax expertise. Mateusz Baran leads the team, which includes fellow company and business law expert Michał Klimowicz; restructuring specialist Marzena Lau; and investment fund-focused Katarzyna Żółcińska, who has particular expertise in the real estate sector.

Poland > Commercial, corporate and M&A

Crido Legal stands out for its strong tax consultancy arm, which works closely with its legal practice. The firm acts for clients on cross-border deals, which includes advising Polish companies on making acquisitions abroad. Mateusz Baran takes the lead on commercial law issues. Katarzyna Żółcińska is increasingly active in the investment funds space.