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Scope of legal consulting

  • acquisition and sale of stocks and shares
  • acquisition and sale of companies and organized parts thereof
  • mergers, acquisitions and divisions of companies
  • corporate due diligence
  • drafting and negotiating commercial agreements
  • corporate transformation and reorganization
  • restructuring and bankruptcies
  • commercial disputes
  • implementation of manager option programmes

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Piotr Wojnar

attorney-at-law / managing partner

Piotr Smołuch

attorney-at-law / managing partner

Marek Wojnar

attorney-at-law / managing partner

Jacek Bieniak

attorney-at-law / managing partner

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