Since 2001, Izabella Żyglicka and Partners has been one of the biggest and most professional law firms in Poland. Our team is comprised of over twenty experienced lawyers whose specialisations are best suited to projects we carry out.
As a company that meets top legal service standards, in April 2013 we became a member of the International Alliance of Law Firms. In the ranking published yearly by leading Polish journal – “Rzeczpospolita” for 2017, we came 30th in the country in terms of the size of revenues achieved. We are also the only law firm in Silesia that is an Authorised Advisor of the NewConnect Market operated by the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
At present, we represent the interests of numerous business entities. Our Clients are corporations, holdings, SMEs, public institutions, local government units, and entities from the medical sector. We have been successfully advising six companies listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange: JastrzębskaSpółkaWęglowa SA, ATM SA, Cash Flow SA, MEWA SA, Orzeł Biały SA and Zakłady Lentex SA.
We are perfect in project activities, which we commence from the precise definition of a goal and a business effect expected by our client. To guarantee top legal service quality, each project team has a mentor, who is one of six members of our Law Firm. The involvement of our members is of importance since they comprise perfectly qualified lawyers and a specialist in economics with extensive experience in cooperation with business entities.
Thanks to our diverse and complementary staff, we are able to look at each case from a wider perspective. We are open to new challenges and committed to each project to the highest level. Our aim is to achieve the most convenient solutions for our clients.
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