Dominika Mizielińska > PATH Augustyniak, Hatylak i Wspólnicy sp.k. > Warszawa, Poland > Lawyer Profile

PATH Augustyniak, Hatylak i Wspólnicy sp.k.
MONIUSZKI 1A
WARSZAWA 00/014
Poland

Position

Partner, Legal advisor

Career

She specializes in transaction advice, focuses on companies law and M&A (with emphasis on mergers, demergers, transformations and takeovers of companies) and commercial law. In her longstanding practice she advised numerous international and Polish clients in asset and share deals, domestic and cross-border restructurings of companies and groups and joint ventures transactions.

She advises private clients with respect to implementation of structures effective from the perspective of commercial succession planning.

She advises also with respect to new technology law, IT, outsourcing and compliance.

Prior to joining PATH, for many years she was associated with global law firms, where she headed corporate practice and was co-leader of technology, media and telecommunication group.

Languages

Polish, English

Memberships

Warsaw Chamber of Legal Advisors

Education

– Cardinal Wyszyński University, Postgraduate studies in European law, 2007
– University of Warsaw, Master of Laws and Administration, 1996

Lawyer Rankings

Poland > Private client

(Leading individuals)

Dominika MizielińskaPATH Augustyniak, Hatylak i Wspólnicy sp.k.

PATH Augustyniak, Hatylak i Wspólnicy sp.k. is a boutique private client firm totally geared towards handling the entirety of matters for high-net-worth individuals and their businesses. The group handles corporate transactions, trust and estate issues, wealth management and tax projects. Jointly leading the team are co-founding partners Piotr Augustyniak, a private wealth law expert, taxation and benefits specialist Tomasz Hatylak and distinguished corporate lawyer Dominika Mizielińska Senior associate Kinga Romanovska is instructed on tax, commercial and company law matters. One of the first private client firms dedicated to servicing Polish entrepreneurs, the group benefits from a satellite office in Geneva, augmenting the trust practice.