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DLA Piper Takes Infrastructure Team from Hogan Lovells in Warsaw

DLA Piper Takes Infrastructure Team from Hogan Lovells in Warsaw


Counsel Adriana Mierzwa-Bronikowska and Senior Associate Agnieszka Chylinska have moved from Hogan Lovells to DLA Piper in Warsaw, with Mierzwa-Bronikowska assuming the role of Head of Projects/PPP.

According to DLA Piper, Mierzwa-Bronikowska "will support our clients in structuring and preparing infrastructural projects, in proceedings aimed at concluding contracts, and in the process of obtaining financing as well as during the operation and maintenance of projects. Adriana has over 20 years of experience in advising on complex infrastructural projects, including those carried out under the PPP formula. She advises public entities, private partners as well as financial institutions. She has been involved in the majority of large PPP/infrastructure projects in Poland, including the concessions for the building and exploitation of the A1 and A2 motorways, the building and exploitation of two sections of motorways, the reconstruction and maintenance of a number of regional roads, the construction and maintenance of student accommodation in Krakow, the management of the International Congress Centre in Katowice, and the construction and maintenance of incineration plants in Olsztyn and Gdansk. 

Mierzwa-Bronikowska had been with Hogan Lovells since January 2014 as Co-Chief of PPP and Infrastructure. She has also worked for five years at Chadbourne & Parke, two years at Wierzbowski Eversheds, and one year at Gide Loyrette Nouel. She received her Master's in Science of Law from the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan in 2001.

Krzysztof Kycia, Co-Managing Partner and Head of Litigation and Regulatory at DLA Piper Warsaw, commented: "Adriana and Agnieszka constitute a further strengthening of our offer to clients in the infrastructure sector. We are very pleased to welcome two lawyers with such significant - and often unique - experience and expertise to our team, and we are happy that they have chosen to develop their careers with us."

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