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Employment — Poland


Raczkowski Paruch - Employment Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Market-leading boutique firm recognised for its extensive and wide-ranging employment law experience. Provides high-quality services to impressive domestic and international clients. Regularly assists with collective dismissals, negotiations with trade unions and employment litigation. Also boasts a white-collar crime practice. Additionally handles compliance and employee data protection mandates.

Strengths The team is considered a leader in the market by sources, who praise its extensive expertise on labour law issues and readiness to address urgent issues in a very short time.

“The features that distinguish Raczkowski Paruch are very deep knowledge and specialisation in the field of labour law, very fast response time to customer enquiries, availability and great accuracy in the management of cases,” a client reports.

Notable practitioners

Practice head Bartłomiej Raczkowski comes highly recommended by interviewees, who describe him as one of the most recognisable employment lawyers. He is considered to be a market-leading practitioner, assisting clients with the full spectrum of employment matters.

Sławomir Paruch attracts praise from sources, who describe him as being very effective and to the point.” Interviewees also appreciate his commercial approach, noting that he understands the business and needs of clients. He has an excellent track record assisting with both contentious and advisory matters.

Iwona Jaroszewska-Ignatowska advises on a broad selection of employment issues, including working hours as well as individual and collective terminations.

Katarzyna Dobkowska offers notable experience representing clients in disputes and advising on a wide array of employment matters. Sources deem her to be a “solid and enthusiastic lawyer" and also highlight her business acumen.

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Wardyński & Partners - Employment Department

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Band 1

第一等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Outstanding practice group providing advice on the full spectrum of employment matters. Maintains an enviable client base, regularly acting on internal investigations and immigration-related questions. Strong track record representing employers in contentious matters. Has significant experience assisting with personal data protection mandates.

Work highlights Assisted IKEA Centres with the employment aspects of the sale of its shopping centres to Pradera, including transfers of employees and employee benefits.

Notable practitioners

Practice head Agnieszka Lisiecka is one of the leading figures for employment matters. Clients appreciate her constructive, solutions-oriented approach.

Interviewees are quick to praise Szymon Kubiak for his depth of knowledge. He handles transfers of employees, compliance projects and terminations.

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A Sobczyk i Wspólpracownicy Law Offices - Employment Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Highly reputed Kraków-based employment boutique acting for both domestic and international clients on collective redundancies, employment contracts and litigation. Adept at handling negotiations with trade unions. Working hours regulations and discrimination disputes are also areas of expertise.

Strengths Sources recommend the practice, with one impressed interviewee reporting that the firm is "One of the strongest players in the field."

Notable practitioners

Eminent practitioner Arkadiusz Sobczyk is recognised for his long-standing expertise advising on employment matters. Sources consider him to be an undisputed authority in the Polish market. He is also the author of many employment law publications.

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CMS - Employment Department

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Band 2

第二等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Robust employment practice assisting with immigration advice, redundancies and internal investigation cases. Takes instructions on behalf of prominent local and multinational clients. Provides advice across a wide range of sectors, including financial services, telecommunications and life sciences.

Strengths The team is valued for its business acumen, with interviewees noting its understanding of the needs of the client and business conditions.” One client says: They give me more sophisticated solutions and tailor-made answers.

Sources also note: “They give us legal facts and highlight any risks. They are solution-driven and supportive.”

Work highlights Assisted Valmet with closing down its operations in Poland and subsequent redundancies.

Advised Korn Ferry on employment aspects of its restructuring in Poland, including employee transfers, benefits and cash awards.

Notable practitioners

Practice head Katarzyna Dulewicz receives widespread recognition from market sources, who characterise her as having great knowledge and a practical approachas well as being pragmatic and proactive.” She is experienced in handling sensitive dismissal cases, employee misconduct and immigration-related matters.

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Key facts

  • 8 employment lawyers
  • Sector-focused expertise
  • Multi-jurisdiction capabilities, including CEE
  • Vast experience and local expertise


What we can do for you?

  • Recruitment and terminations
  • Reorganisations and redundancies
  • Transfer of undertaking
  • Advice related to trade unions
  • Internal investigations
  • Employment advice in corporate transactions
  • Employee mobility
  • Immigration advice
  • Employment litigation
  • HR documentation​


What we offer?

  • Flexible fee structures
  • Business style legal advice
  • Support of our tax, corporate and regulatory lawyers
  • Free online legal updates (Law-Now)
  • Feedback opportunities
  • Tailor-made trainings and seminars

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Dentons - Employment Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Renowned practice group with extensive experience of advising clients on employment matters connected with corporate restructurings. Frequently assists with trade union negotiations, employment litigation and working time matters. Clients additionally benefit from the team's expertise in employment regulations for the banking and finance sector.

Strengths Sources frequently praise the team's adaptability and availability to clients. “The team is characterised by great flexibility, a proactive approach to the given topics, involvement in the problems of the company, and accessibility,” says one interviewee.

Clients also describe the lawyers as “reliable business partners.”

Notable practitioners

Agnieszka Fedor has a diverse practice that encompasses negotiations with trade unions, restructuring projects and litigation. Interviewees deem her to be a “good expert” who gives advice that is “on point and concise.”

Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek heads the employment team at Dentons. Interviewees characterise her as having very good communication and ability to understand what the business really needs.Her experience covers restructurings, trade union negotiations, remuneration and employment disputes.

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Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak - Employment Department

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第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Solid practice group that joins the rankings on the back of strong client feedback. Recognised for its notable experience in handling employee incentive schemes, work harassment and internal investigation cases. Additionally offers employment expertise in connection with corporate transactions.

Strengths Clients are quick to point out the team's "speed of reaction and good co-operation during preparations."

Work highlights Assisted Alior Bank with employee transfers, retention packages and remuneration policies relating to its merger with Bank BPH.

Advised CEDC on incentive schemes and employment contracts for senior managers.

Notable practitioners

Anna Hałas-Krawczyk is a well-regarded figure in the market, with clients lauding her excellent negotiating skillsand ability to “come up with solutions that are business-friendly. One impressed source says: Anna is very responsive, has very good and creative ideas, and also shows a practical approach. She handles instructions on management contracts and incentive schemes, as well as assisting with employment aspects of M&A.

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Gujski, Zdebiak Kancelaria adwokacko-radcowska sp. p. - Employment Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Well-regarded specialist employment firm recognised for its litigation skills. Areas of expertise include employment contracts and representing clients in litigation and arbitration. Noted for its strength in handling employee-side matters, including senior managers.

Strengths Sources regard the team as having “very solid lawyers.”

Notable practitioners

Senior statesman Waldemar Gujski is noted for his pre-eminent reputation in employment matters. One source describes him as a “great lawyer with great knowledge and a commercial approach.” His practice covers both advisory and litigation cases.

Sources praise Dawid Jakub Zdebiak for his experience in employment-related litigation.

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Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak - Employment Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Broad offering in employment law, including advice on employee agreements, contract terminations and litigation. Frequently assists with employment issues in transactions as well as employment-related restructurings. Adept at handling remuneration matters and trade union negotiations.

Strengths One interviewee highlights the department for its clear advice, saying: "Their advice is both accurate and practical.

Work highlights Advised China Security & Fire on employment aspects of its acquisition of Konsalnet Holding.

Assisted Zalando with hires, remuneration and dismissal of employees relating to its establishment of business in Poland.

Notable practitioners

Sources describe Roch Pałubicki as a solid lawyer and value his outstanding attitude to service. He regularly advises on employment aspects of transactions as well as acting on employment litigation.

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We provide practical and effective employment and social security advice to employers.

Most of our direct contacts are foreign HR and HR Legal functions. It is our mission to guide them through the Polish employment law system which is complex and difficult to navigate for newcomers. We not only provide our clients with the right answers, but we also ask them the right questions about things they do not necessarily identify as relevant from the Polish legal perspective.

We always treat HR issues as part of a broader legal framework and are constantly alert to potential regulatory, tax, competition and company law issues that need to be taken into consideration. Proud of being a part of a leading Polish one-stop-shop law firm, we benefit from the expertise of our colleagues from other practices. Our assistance is always comprehensive.

For us, pragmatism is not just a slogan. We understand business and always focus on practical solutions as well as simple and straightforward advice.

Our employment team is among the largest in Poland. This allows us to smoothly process even the largest projects within tight deadlines. We pride ourselves on our response times to our clients’ requests. Our employment attorneys are present in all four offices of the firm. This facilitates our assistance as well as limits travel and litigation costs.

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Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland - Employment Department

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第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Effective team advising on a broad scope of employment matters. Has substantial experience in employment restructuring, transfers, redundancies and working hours issues. Also represents clients in employment litigation, including unfair dismissal cases.

Strengths Clients praise the team's communication style and quality of advice, commenting on its incredibly quick turnaroundsas well as highlighting the “thorough, very accurate and good advice given at all times.”

Notable practitioners

Department head Ewa Lachowska Brol advises clients on transfers of employees, redundancies and employment litigation. She is recommended by interviewees, who describe her as a “very good lawyer” who has a “practical approach to finding solutions.”

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Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland’s labour law services cover all issues related to the employment of workers, in both individual labour relations and collective labour law. We are also experienced in social security matters. We have particular depth of experience in labour disputes and employment restructuring. This encompasses transfer of employees, collective and individual redundancies, dismissals, as well as incentive schemes, working time requirements, posting of employees to work abroad and internal audits on numerous employment related issues.

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Wojewódka i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawa Pracy - Employment Department

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Band 3

第三等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Respected boutique firm advising companies on the full scope of employment matters, including negotiating employee benefits and relations with trade unions. Regularly represents clients in employment litigation. Boasts a strong client base that includes companies from the construction and energy sectors.

Strengths Clients admire the department for its communication style and level of preparation, with one noting: They are very practical, to the point, and always have a recommendation.

Notable practitioners

Marcin Wojewódka is a well-regarded practitioner in the employment field. His practice encompasses collective labour law issues, negotiations with trade unions and litigation.

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Baker McKenzie - Employment Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Active team providing comprehensive employment advice. Experienced in assisting with corporate restructurings and collective redundancies. Acts on behalf of multinational clients who benefit from the firm's extensive global network.

Strengths Sources praise the team's communication style, with one client endorsing the lawyers for being “very practical, transparent in communication with us, clear and frank.”

Work highlights Assisted CommScope with internal HR matters, integration projects and terminations.

Notable practitioners

Practice head Piotr Rawski assists clients with employment restructuring and employment contracts as well as advising international companies on their entry in the Polish market. One client highlights that "he is always available" and adds that "he reacts very promptly."

About the Team (content provided by Baker McKenzie )

The Labour Law Practice Group is headed by Piotr Rawski, a partner of the Baker McKenzie Warsaw Office. The team is made up of 4 lawyers offering comprehensive assistance in employment issues, such as:

  • General employment matters
  • Advising on employment restructuring
  • Large scale lay-off processes
  • Employment of management staff
  • Assistance in immigration matters
  • Employment litigation

As members of the global labour law, employment and employee benefits practice group, we share our expertise and collaborate with colleagues from many countries This means  we are able to provide our clients with exhaustive information concerning foreign labour law regulations.

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Clifford Chance - Employment Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Experienced practice group active in cross-border employment matters. Regularly assists with company restructurings. Also well equipped in handling redundancies and management incentive schemes. Additional specialisation in work harassment cases as well as accidents at work.

Strengths Sources value the team's "high attention to detail."

Interviewees also praise the lawyers' "full commitment and devotion."

Work highlights Assisted Eurobank with the establishment of a new remuneration system compliant with CRD IV regulations.

Notable practitioners

Tomasz Derda is a key contact for clients.

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DLA Piper Wiater sp.k. - Employment Department

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Band 4

第四等

Chambers Commentary (based on the Chambers research)

What the team is known for Full-service employment team advising clients on employment aspects of transactions, contract terminations and remuneration regulations. Also acts on the contentious side, regularly representing companies in disputes with former employees. Frequently handles cross-border employment projects.

Strengths Clients compliment the department for its quality of advice. “They quickly and fully respond to our enquiries,” says one interviewee.

Work highlights Assisted Techtronic Industries with work and remuneration regulations, employment contracts and transfers of employees.

Acted for Wizzair on contract terminations and disciplinary proceedings.

Notable practitioners

Sources say that Agnieszka Lechman-Filipiak is inquisitive and has great knowledge.” Her wide-ranging practice covers contract terminations, disputes with trade unions, collective labour agreements and redundancies.

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Senior Statesmen

Gujski, Zdebiak Kancelaria adwokacko-radcowska sp. p.

From the Chambers Europe guide

Senior statesman Waldemar Gujski is noted for his pre-eminent reputation in employment matters. One source describes him as a “great lawyer with great knowledge and a commercial approach.” His practice covers both advisory and litigation cases.

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Eminent Practitioner

Arkadiusz Sobczyk

A Sobczyk i Wspólpracownicy Law Offices

From the Chambers Europe guide

Eminent practitioner Arkadiusz Sobczyk is recognised for his long-standing expertise advising on employment matters. Sources consider him to be an undisputed authority in the Polish market. He is also the author of many employment law publications.

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Band 1

Katarzyna Dulewicz

CMS

From the Chambers Europe guide

Practice head Katarzyna Dulewicz receives widespread recognition from market sources, who characterise her as having great knowledge and a practical approachas well as being pragmatic and proactive.” She is experienced in handling sensitive dismissal cases, employee misconduct and immigration-related matters.

^ See whole ranking table

Band 1

Agnieszka Lisiecka

Wardyński & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Practice head Agnieszka Lisiecka is one of the leading figures for employment matters. Clients appreciate her constructive, solutions-oriented approach.

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Band 1

Bartłomiej Raczkowski

Raczkowski Paruch

From the Chambers Europe guide

Practice head Bartłomiej Raczkowski comes highly recommended by interviewees, who describe him as one of the most recognisable employment lawyers. He is considered to be a market-leading practitioner, assisting clients with the full spectrum of employment matters.

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Band 2

Dentons

From the Chambers Europe guide

Agnieszka Fedor has a diverse practice that encompasses negotiations with trade unions, restructuring projects and litigation. Interviewees deem her to be a “good expert” who gives advice that is “on point and concise.”

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Band 2

Wardyński & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Interviewees are quick to praise Szymon Kubiak for his depth of knowledge. He handles transfers of employees, compliance projects and terminations.

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Band 2

Ewa Łachowska-Brol

Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland

From the Chambers Europe guide

Department head Ewa Lachowska Brol advises clients on transfers of employees, redundancies and employment litigation. She is recommended by interviewees, who describe her as a “very good lawyer” who has a “practical approach to finding solutions.”

^ See whole ranking table

Band 2

Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek

Dentons

From the Chambers Europe guide

Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek heads the employment team at Dentons. Interviewees characterise her as having very good communication and ability to understand what the business really needs.Her experience covers restructurings, trade union negotiations, remuneration and employment disputes.

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Band 2

Raczkowski Paruch

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sławomir Paruch attracts praise from sources, who describe him as being very effective and to the point.” Interviewees also appreciate his commercial approach, noting that he understands the business and needs of clients. He has an excellent track record assisting with both contentious and advisory matters.

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Anna Hałas-Krawczyk

Greenberg Traurig Grzesiak

From the Chambers Europe guide

Anna Hałas-Krawczyk is a well-regarded figure in the market, with clients lauding her excellent negotiating skillsand ability to “come up with solutions that are business-friendly. One impressed source says: Anna is very responsive, has very good and creative ideas, and also shows a practical approach. She handles instructions on management contracts and incentive schemes, as well as assisting with employment aspects of M&A.

^ See whole ranking table

Band 3

Iwona Jaroszewska-Ignatowska

Raczkowski Paruch

From the Chambers Europe guide

Iwona Jaroszewska-Ignatowska advises on a broad selection of employment issues, including working hours as well as individual and collective terminations.

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Band 3

Kruk i Partnerzy

From the Chambers Europe guide

Magdalena Kruk of Kruk i Partnerzy is recommended by interviewees for her expertise in employment law. Sources regard her as a solid lawyer.”

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Band 3

Agnieszka Lechman-Filipiak

DLA Piper Wiater sp.k.

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sources say that Agnieszka Lechman-Filipiak is inquisitive and has great knowledge.” Her wide-ranging practice covers contract terminations, disputes with trade unions, collective labour agreements and redundancies.

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Band 3

Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sources describe Roch Pałubicki as a solid lawyer and value his outstanding attitude to service. He regularly advises on employment aspects of transactions as well as acting on employment litigation.

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Band 3

Kancelaria Prawa Pracy

From the Chambers Europe guide

Anna Telec of Kancelaria Prawa Pracy draws praise from sources for her great practical knowledge,with one impressed interviewee noting:It is a pleasure working with her. She is recognised for her experience in assisting clients with matters relating to working hours as well as dismissals.

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Band 3

Marcin Wojewódka

Wojewódka i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawa Pracy

From the Chambers Europe guide

Marcin Wojewódka is a well-regarded practitioner in the employment field. His practice encompasses collective labour law issues, negotiations with trade unions and litigation.

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Band 3

Patrycja Zawirska

Zawirska Gąsior

From the Chambers Europe guide

Patrycja Zawirska of Zawirska Gąsior wins praise from interviewees for her experience in this field. She is described by market observers as a good lawyer.

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Band 3

Dawid Jakub Zdebiak

Gujski, Zdebiak Kancelaria adwokacko-radcowska sp. p.

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sources praise Dawid Jakub Zdebiak for his experience in employment-related litigation.

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Band 4

Katarzyna Dobkowska

Raczkowski Paruch

From the Chambers Europe guide

Katarzyna Dobkowska offers notable experience representing clients in disputes and advising on a wide array of employment matters. Sources deem her to be a “solid and enthusiastic lawyer" and also highlight her business acumen.

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Band 4

Grzegorz Orłowski

Orłowski, Patulski, Walczak Sp z o.o.

From the Chambers Europe guide

Sources are quick to highlight Grzegorz Orłowski of Orłowski, Patulski, Walczak Sp z o.o. for his experience in trade union negotiations. He is also recognised for his academic contributions to employment law.

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Band 4

Baker McKenzie

From the Chambers Europe guide

Practice head Piotr Rawski assists clients with employment restructuring and employment contracts as well as advising international companies on their entry in the Polish market. One client highlights that "he is always available" and adds that "he reacts very promptly."

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Up and Coming

Małgorzata Grzelak

Squire Patton Boggs Święcicki Krześniak sp.k.

From the Chambers Europe guide

Małgorzata Grzelak of Squire Patton Boggs Święcicki advises on unfair dismissals, negotiations with trade unions and employment reorganisations. A client says she is "helpful and is always on hand to assist us.”

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Up and Coming

Przemysław Stobiński

Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k

From the Chambers Europe guide

Przemysław Stobiński of Deloitte Legal, Pasternak, Korba, Moskwa, Jarmul i Wspólnicy Kancelaria Prawnicza sp.k heads the employment practice at the firm. Clients note his practical approach” and his “tailor-made answers,” saying he is “efficient and frank.” He provides advice on dismissals, incentive schemes and employment restructuring matters.

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Associates to watch

Agnieszka Szczodra-Hajduk

Hogan Lovells (Warszawa) LLP

From the Chambers Europe guide

Associate-to-watch Agnieszka Szczodra-Hajduk of Hogan Lovells is praised by clients for being attentive and detailed in her work. She assists clients with compliance projects, contract terminations and working time matters.

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