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Former CMS and Baker McKenzie Partner announces establishing new law firm in Warsaw

Three former members of real estate department of Baker McKenzie Warsaw – Przemysław Kucharski (partner) together with Bartosz Laski and Aleksandra Kaczmarek (lawyers) have announced establishing new law firm: Kucharski & Partners.

According to a statement of the firm’s name partner: “We are delighted to present new legal brand on Polish market. We put at the stake our over 15-years of professional experience gathered in the biggest multinational and domestic law firms. We are excited to provide our growing client base comprehensive and smart services tailor-made to their needs.”

Przemysław Kucharski has over 15-years of experience in advising on various large-scale real estate, corporate and financial transactions – as well as dispute resolutions. Prior to establishing Kucharski & Partners brand he held a partner’s positions in Baker McKenzie and CMS offices in Warsaw.

Partners expressed that: “After spending most of our professional careers in big law firms we would like to make use of our vast experience working in more flexible and efficient environment.”

Kucharski & Partners law firm focuses on providing legal services to the real estate market in its large sense. “Our clients mostly include entities operating in real estate sector (mainly developers, investors/investment funds, tenants of commercial property, insurers of property transactions, financing banks). Our clients do not operate in a legal vacuum – most often, in addition to assistance in real estate transactions, they are interested in comprehensive legal services relating to their operating activities on a day-to-day basis, including corporate, labour, financial and other issues. What we care about most, is to be an efficient, well-integrated, and, above all, successful team of lawyers helping Clients to achieve their business goals and assumptions,” commented Przemysław Kucharski.

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