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Łaszczuk & Partners is one of the leading dispute resolution practices in Poland.
Since 1989, the firm has been advising domestic and international clients in complex high-profile arbitrations and commercial litigations. It has advised clients in arbitration proceedings in Poland and abroad under the ICC Rules, the VIAC Rules, the UNCITRAL Rules, the LCIA Rules and others. The firm’s expertise also includes counselling in investment arbitration and post-arbitration litigation.
Łaszczuk & Partners is repeatedly recommended by the largest international and Polish legal rankings.
Łaszczuk & Partners is recommended by Chambers Europe and Chambers Global in the field of dispute resolution in Poland. Chambers Europe notes that the firm is a “well-established disputes team reputed for its activity in domestic and international arbitration cases, including investment arbitration. The firm's lawyers also act as arbitrators. Additionally handles litigation cases, assisting clients with a broad range of commercial disputes, including construction and infrastructure-related conflicts” and the team “is valued for its skill in answering clients' needs”. The firm is also recommended by The Legal 500 EMEA among leading firms in Poland in the field of dispute resolution. The ranking recognises its work in commercial arbitration and litigation, as well as in employment law disputes. The firm’s lawyers have been recognised by Chambers Europe, Chambers Global, Legal 500 EMEA, Expert Guides, Best Lawyers in Poland rankings in the field of arbitration and in the field of litigation for many years. Year after year, Łaszczuk & Partners has led the field of litigation and arbitration in the annual rankings of law firms by the largest Polish legal daily, Rzeczpospolita.
The firm’s team is devoted to promoting arbitration as a method of dispute resolution and share their knowledge by maintaining a web portal on arbitration, www.arbitration.pl. This extensive information source on arbitration available at a single internet address features Polish, foreign and international arbitration legislation, an up-to-date collection of more than 400 judicial decisions of Polish and EU courts, a bibliography of more than 1,700 Polish sources on arbitration law, and interesting publications on arbitration.
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