Eversheds has completed its international promotion round, announcing that 21 firm lawyers had been promoted to Partner worldwide -- including new Polish Partners Gerald Karp and Pawel Lipski (whose promotions had previously been announced by CEE Legal Matters on March 25 and February 4).
Wierzbowski Eversheds reported today that the Court of Appeal in Lodz has dismissed the appeal by mBank (formerly BRE Bank SA) in the class action brought against the bank by a group of 1,247 consumers, which it represented.
Lawin has announced that it was one of four firms advising the RSA Insurance Group on the sale of its companies in the Baltics and Poland to the Polish Powszechny Zaklad Ubezpieczen (PZU) insurance company.
Dentons has advised Goodman, the global property group that owns, develops, and manages logistics space, on the construction of a new central warehouse and office facility in Poznan (Poland) for the grocery and DIY franchising chain Mousquetaires Group.
The Magnusson law firm has expanded its Real Estate practice in Poland with the arrival of Partner Michal Siwek, who joins with two Associates. Siwek’s experience in Real Estate matters includes planning, construction, and corporate.
Domanski Zakrzewski Palinka has announced that two of its lawyers, Ewa Kucharska and Michele Le Mauviel, translated the acts contained in a newly published English version of the Law on Copyright and Related Rights and Industrial Property Law.
Wierzbowski Eversheds has announced that IP attorney Pawel Lipski has been promoted to Partner at the firm and will head the law firm’s Intellectual Property and E-business teams along with Partner Tomasz Zalewski.
Wierzbowski Eversheds and the European Law Students’ Association ELSA Poland have announced the opening of the 9th edition of the Law Games. Winners of the competitions will receive a one-month paid internship at the law firm.
Wierzbowski Eversheds has advised the Polish Insurance Guarantee Fund (UFG) on a multilateral agreement on gathering and providing access to information in the Polish insurance industry, and has represented UFG in negotiations with dozens of insurance companies.
Gessel has advised the Warsaw-based Comperia.pl on its initial public offering, including the drafting of its issue prospectus concerning shares from the new issue and transfer of its existing shares from the NewConnect market to the main floor of the Warsaw Securities Exchange.
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