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New Managing Partner and New Partner at KKLW

New Managing Partner and New Partner at KKLW

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KKLW has announced that Senior Partner Michal Kurzynski has become the firm's Managing Partner, and that firm lawyer Wiktor Wesolowski has been promoted to Partner.

Kurzynski was one of the founding partners of KKLW in 2011. Before that he spent three years as Partner at the Polish office of Chadbourne & Parke, and six years as Partner at Wierzbowski Eversheds. He also worked for six years at Baker & McKenzie, after spending two years with Dickinson, Wright, Moon, Van Dusen & Freeman. According to KKLW, Kurzynski "advises on mergers and acquisitions, on company and commercial law, as well as on infrastructure projects." The firm describes him as having "unique experience in providing legal assistance for international sporting events and sports infrastructure investments."

“KKLW law firm is a group of ambitious lawyers that compete with the largest law firms, as we all have similar knowledge and experience," Kurzynski said. "My major goal will be further development of KKLW."

Wesolowski, according to KKLW, "advises and represents clients in litigation proceedings, as well as in judicial-administrative, administrative, and enforcement proceedings. He also advises on international commercial and investment arbitration. As a partner he will be responsible for the development of the litigation practice."

Wesolowski has spent his entire professional career at KKLW, joining the firm as an associate immediately after graduating from the University of Warsaw in 2011.


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