Last Updated: 07 August 2019
renders consulting services in the field of commercial law, company law and the law of commercial contracts, civil law, bankruptcy and reorganisation law, IP rights, labour and social security law, tax law, real estate law and development ventures, and in the field of energy law, telecommunications, ... environmental protection and sport law. The firm offers professional legal assistance in representing clients (both entrepreneurs and natural persons) in court and arbitration proceedings (domestic and international) as well as enforcement proceedings. In addition to the three partners, legal advice is provided by a team of 11 attorneys-at-law, three advocates, three attorneys-at-law trainees, one advocate trainee and three legal assistants. The firm's clients include companies from the media, telecommunications and energy sectors. Consultancy services are rendered, inter alia, to a leading Polish telecommunications group and are also used by television broadcasters, film studios, film and television producers, and entrepreneurs using modern technologies.
has become one of the oldest and most dynamically developing Polish law firms since its establishment in 1992. The firm has significant experience in advising domestic and international clients on a wide range of matters. DT is a full-service firm with nine partners and over 60 lawyers. Its lawyers ... have a longstanding reputation for being successful in negotiating, preparing and closing complex and complicated transactions or projects; conducting in-depth research of both Polish and EU regulatory framework; preparing required reports in multiple languages; providing regulatory advice; and representing clients in relations with various Polish authorities. The firm is a member of the International Bar Association (IBA), the International Trademark Association (INTA), the Polish-British Chamber of Commerce and TerraLex, an association of more than 200 leading law firms from around the world. DT has offices in the main Polish cities of Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Poznan and Wroclaw, as well as associated offices in Bydgoszcz and Kielce.