Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak (SK&S) is one of the leading law firms in Poland, serving both Polish and foreign businesses. SK&S currently employs over 140 attorneys and provides the highest standard of legal services across all areas of business activity. Combining a theoretical reflection on law (SK&S employs several past and current academic authorities on Polish law) with a focused emphasis on practical solutions, SK&S is unique in being able to deal effectively with the most complicated legal issues present in complex business transactions.
SK&S is a firm with tradition which is based on strong foundations. Our clients value the stability they can rely on as a result of a low lawyer turnover. The majority of our clients have used SK&S’ services for several years which confirms that our advice is effective and that they value the relationship which has been built. A recently conducted client satisfaction survey has confirmed that our clients think highly of our firm due to, inter alia: a comprehensive approach to a problem, quick decisions, involvement, communication, teamwork and good working relationships.
SK&S’ practice covers all areas of commercial law, with particular emphasis on corporate law and commercial transactions, intellectual and industrial property rights, securities and capital market law, banking and finance, antitrust and unfair competition law, energy law, tax, labor law, litigation and international arbitration.
Sołtysiński Kawecki & Szlęzak has gained wide recognition and admiration in professional legal circles in Poland and abroad. For many years, SK&S and its attorneys have been recognized prominently in international specialist publications, such as: Chambers & Partners, Legal 500, IFLR and other respected legal publications.
“SK&S is the crème de la crème of Polish law firms. No matter how complex the case, they can handle it.” (Legal 500)
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