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Wardynski & Partners

Wardynski & Partners  

Legal Services | Poland

www.wardynski.com.pl
tel: +48 22 437 82 00 | fax: +48 22 437 82 01
Aleje Ujazdowskie 10 | Warsaw | 00-478 | Poland


Main Contacts

Offices

Warsaw, Poland | Krakow, Poland | Poznan, Poland | Wroclaw, Poland

Wardynski & Partners's Overview

We focus on our clients’ business needs, helping them find effective and practical solutions for their most difficult legal problems.

Wardynski & Partners, founded in 1988, is one of the largest independent law firms in Poland.

We maintain the highest legal and business standards. We are committed to promoting the civil society and the rule of law. We participate in non-profit projects and pro bono initiatives.

Our lawyers are active members of Polish and international legal organisations, gaining access to global knowhow and developing a network of contacts with the top lawyers and law firms in the world, which our clients can also benefit from.

We apply best global practice in law firm management. We continually improve the firm’s operations, to our clients’ advantage. We hold PN-EN ISO 9001-2015 quality certification for legal services.

We enjoy a reputation as a friendly employer. Our lawyers can grow in professional, business and social terms, including through training programmes on law and management skills.

We share our knowledge and experience through our portal for lawyers and businesspeople (www.inprinciple.pl), the firm Yearbook, the new tech law blog (www.newtech.law), and numerous other publications and reports.

There are currently over 100 lawyers in the firm serving clients in Polish, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Czech, Italian and Korean.

We have offices in Warsaw, Poznan, Wroclaw and Krakow.

  • Year this Office was Established: 1988
  • Number of Offices Worldwide: 4
  • Lawyers Worldwide: 100

Languages: Polish, English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Czech, Italian and Korean.

Notable

Areas of Practice
  • Agriculture
  • Business Crime
  • Business-to-Business Contracts
  • Competition
  • Compliance & Internal Investigations
  • Construction
  • Construction Contracts, FIDIC
  • Corporate Law, Public Companies & Corporate Accounting
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Protection (including GDPR)
  • Defence
  • Employment & Global Mobility
  • Energy, Energy Intensive Industry
  • Environment
  • EU Law, State Aid & EU Funds
  • Finance (Banking & Project Finance, Financial Institutions, Capital Markets, Insurance)
  • FinTech
  • Government Claims & Enforcement
  • Healthcare
  • Infrastructure & Real Estate Development
  • Intellectual Property
  • Litigation, Arbitration & Mediation
  • Luxury Goods
  • M&A
  • Manufacturing
  • Maritime Economy
  • Media & Advertising
  • New Technologies
  • Outsourcing
  • Pharma, Food, FMCG
  • Private Client
  • Private Equity
  • Public Procurement & PPP
  • Rail & Aviation
  • Real Estate & Reprivatisation
  • Regulatory
  • Restructuring & Bankruptcy
  • Retail & Distribution
  • Sectors
  • Sports
  • Startups
  • Tax
  • Transport, Shipping & Logistics
Professionals

Partners

Associates

Of Counsel

Other

Radoslaw Wasiak

Radoslaw WasiakSenior Attorney

Aleksandra Wlodarczyk

Aleksandra WlodarczykMarketing Coordinator

Justyna Zandberg

Justyna ZandbergContent Marketing Specialist, Managing Editor


Articles

Powers, Duties and Liability of Directors of a Polish LLC
Wardynski & Partners, January 2019

Foreign managers appointed to serve on boards of Polish subsidiaries often donot know what they can doand what they must do. Consequently they are not aware of what liability goes with either of these. They should be. Before discussing the directors of aPolish limited-liability company (spółka zograniczoną odpowiedzialnością, the most commonly used corporate vehicle for running business in Poland), it is practical to make alittle disambiguation. While in this article Irefer to company “directors,” technically such reference applies to members of the management board. It is not pure semantics, though...

Posting Workers to Poland? Learn About Your Duties Before the Polish Authorities
Wardynski & Partners, January 2019

The Act on Posting of Employees for Performance of Services of 10 June 2016, implementing the Posting of Workers Directive (96/71/EC) and the Enforcement Directive (2014/67/EU), imposes anumber of obligations on foreign employers posting their employees to Poland which may prove difficult to implement in practice...

All articles submitted by Wardynski & Partners

Press

Restructuring of Debt of Work Service SA
Wardynski & Partners, January 2019

The Banking & Project Finance practice at Wardyński & Partners has advised a consortium of banks (Bank BGŻ BNP Paribas SA, Bank Millennium SA, Santander Bank Polska SA and PKO Bank Polski SA) in connection with restructuring of the debt of the Work Service SA group. The debt restructuring project of over two years included several complex annexes to the credit agreement, joining of the credit agreement by an additional lender and several guarantors, and systematic establishment of a number of security instruments in favour of the banks, including the group’s foreign assets as collateral. The debt restructuring process picked up speed in the last few months...

Transaction: ForFarmers and Tasomix
Wardynski & Partners, August 2018

Wardyński & Partners has advised ForFarmers in the acquisition of a majority stake in Tasomix companies and creation of a joint venture with the existing shareholders. On 2 July 2018, ForFarmers, a Dutch company listed on Euronext Amsterdam and one of the world's largest feed producers, acquired a majority stake in companies of Tasomix, a regional leader in the industry employing 250 people and producing over 390,000 tonnes of feed per year. In this manner ForFarmers carried out the provisions of an investment agreement concluded at the beginning of this year and launched close cooperation with the existing shareholders of Tasomix...

All press submitted by Wardynski & Partners

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