Legal and tax advice in the most promising market in Central and Eastern Europe



Warsaw Financial Center - Emilii Plater, 53
00-113 Warszawa (Polska)

+48 22 540 6100

+48 22 540 6101

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With the opening of the Warsaw office in January 2007, Garrigues was one of the first Spanish-based law firms to establish a presence in Poland, one of Europe’s fastest-growing economies. With the potential of a large domestic market, a solid and diversified industrial sector and a program of infrastructure investment to take advantage of Poland’s prime location as a hub connecting the European and Asian markets, Poland and Central and Eastern Europe has become a strategic market for Garrigues.

The Garrigues Warsaw office offers comprehensive legal services, including advice on cross-border investments by entities investing in the Polish market, as well as advice on contracts executed by entities already present in the domestic market and seeking business opportunities outside Poland and the region, operating at all times in accordance with the firm’s principles of quality, ethical conduct and professionalism. Polish businesses not only value the experience acquired by Garrigues over many years of working in an international environment, but also the high quality of the services provided by the Warsaw office and the commitment and availability of its lawyers.

As well as top-tier experts in Polish law and lawyers qualified to provide legal assistance in Spain, the Garrigues Warsaw office also boasts a team of specialists in Polish tax law. The team has extensive experience in advising both Polish and foreign entities.

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M&A; Tax; Banking and Finance; Corporate Law and Commercial Contracts; Restructuring and Insolvency; Real Estate Law; Litigation; International Arbitration; Labor and Employment Law; Energy Sector Regulation; Antitrust Law; Administrative Law; Public-Private Partnerships; Defense and Space; Public Tenders.

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