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Traple Konarski Podrecki i Wspólnicy and Polowiec i Wspólnicy join forces

The two firms started collaborating to address expectations of clients requiring access to specialized services, and who need to work with experts with know-how who have knowledge of the market needs. Broad access to highly experienced advisers who often have highly specialized competences not only means that a greater range of services can be provided; above all it ensures an even higher standard of legal services in certain fields. Combining the legal teams will mean that they can advise clients on both EU and Polish intellectual property law, competition law, ICT and new technologies law, the GDPR, FinTech, commercial and trade law, energy law, RES law, environmental law, industrial law, or also a broad range of energy transformation law issues. It is these areas that pose the greatest challenges today, and give our clients a competitive edge.

The many years of experience of lawyers from the two firms will guarantee an all-embracing service for even the most demanding clients, and a proactive approach to their needs, accounting for the rapid changes in the market.

Polowiec i Wspólnicy has many years of experience working with the energy absorption industry. Competences in the field of energy, fuel, HSE, waste, or for instance medical law include advisory, negotiation, and regulatory issues. Lawyers at the firm derive their know-how primarily from knowledge of the sectors on which they advise, and of limitations and current regulatory challenges. This knowledge and know-how perfectly complements our team’s skills – Jan Byrski, a partner at Traple Konarski Podrecki i Wspólnicy, said.

The new team’s competences also include advising on strategic decision-making concerning major changes and legislative developments, and the related practical aspects. Professional experience gained when working with various entities, knowledge of the economic and legislative context, and a customized approach to a client’s expectations are the clearly discernible assets of the combined teams. Providing support for growing clients’ businesses will be an absolute priority.

We are proud to be able to work with such a diverse and specialized team of experts that have a strong position on the Polish and cross-border markets. I am sure that together we will be up to the ambitious challenges that clients present. Expanding the range of services we provide to include cybersecurity, competition law, ICT and new technologies law, and other areas of law clearly meets market expectations – Beata Superson-Polowiec, a partner at Polowiec i Wspólnicy, says.

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