Taylor Wessing CEE is welcoming new Partner Pawel Kuglarz to its Poland office.
Kuglarz, who moves over from Wolf Theiss, becomes the third Partner to join Taylor Wessing CEE in recent months, following the September 2016 arrivals of Austrian Partners Clemens Barenthaler from DLA Piper and Michaela Petritz-Klar from Schoenherr.
Kuglarz had worked for Wolf Theiss Poland (and the Warsaw office of Beiten Burkhardt, which Wolf Theiss took over in 2012), since 2001. He specializes in real estate and restructuring and has significant experience in both traditional and alternative dispute resolution. According to Taylor Wessing, "he is, among other [things], a member of the Constitutional Commission, Director of the Austrian law school at the Jagiellonen University in Krakow, Board member of INSOL Europe (the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals) and the Polish Foundation for Mortgage Loans and of other renowned Polish institutions. Moreover, he was supervisory board member of several joint stock companies such as PKP SA (Polish Railways)."
Kuglarz becomes the 39th Partner at Taylor Wessing CEE. In a statement released by the firm announcing his arrival, Taylor Wessing CEE Managing Partner Raimund Cancola explains: "We are very successful in pursuing our goal to enlarge our CEE offices by bringing aboard outstanding and renowned lawyers. By doing so, we are able to ensure growth on the highest quality level."