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At a worldwide level, as part of INTERLAW, we assist our clients on cross-border matters by working in integrated teams with lawyers from top firms in major jurisdictions in EMEA, the Americas and Asia. We have significant experience in leading and participating in integrated multi-disciplinary teams to provide seamless client advice.


We are actively involved in international employment law projects

Our international expertise is strengthened by working closely with Transatlantic Law International (TALI), a dynamic global business law platform providing support on cross-border projects in 95 countries.


Andrzej has over 20 years’ experience in transactional work, principally in venture capital, M&A and privatization transactions. He specializes in corporate law, commercial law, telecoms law and private equity transactions. He prepares and supervises international issuances of securities.

Andrzej represents both domestic and foreign investors, as well as investment and private equity funds. He has been repeatedly recognized by The Legal 500, Chambers Europe and Best Lawyers. In 2017, The Legal 500 recommends Andrzej in the field of corporate law and M&A, and TMT, while Chambers Europe in the field corporate and M&A. Andrzej is a member of the International Bar Association.

Attorney-at-law, Partner,
Head of the M&A and Private Equity Practice Areas.

Ewa specializes in advising international clients on employment law with a particular emphasis on the SSC/BPO, financial services and TMT sectors.

She advises clients on opening shared services centres in Poland, structuring employment agreements for hundreds of employees, drafting internal regulations and transferring employees between Poland and other countries.

Ewa was a management board member and chief legal officer at Netia S.A., a telecoms company. Earlier Ewa worked for Shearman & Sterling in New York where she represented investment banks on TMT and energy transactions and worked on US financial regulatory matters.

Ewa is highly recommended by The Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field of employment law.

Attorney-at-law admitted to the New York Bar, Partner,
Head of the SSC/BPO Practice Area, Co-head of the Employment Law Practice Area.

Krzysztof specializes in dispute resolution, restructuring and insolvency law. His practice is focused on representing clients in court and insolvency proceedings. He has extensive expertise in civil procedure.

He advises media and telecommunication companies with foreign ownership and has represented major Polish telecom operators. Krzysztof represents bankruptcy trustees of companies operating in the real estate, TMT and healthcare sectors in court proceedings against debtors as well as on matters connected with insolvency proceedings.

Krzysztof is an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration at the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw. For ten years, he worked as a judge at the Commercial Division of the Voivodeship Court in Poznan.

Krzysztof is recommended by The Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field of dispute resolution.

Attorney-at-law, Partner,
Head of the Litigation, Insolvency and Restructuring Practice Areas.

Maciej specializes in M&A transactions, including leveraged buyouts, securities offerings, debt capital markets matters, restructuring law, and Polish and English corporate law.

Maciej advises both Polish and international investors, including, among others, private equity and investment funds, companies from the TMT industry, financial institutions and banks.

In addition, he advises clients on disputes against public companies or their shareholders, mainly concerning tender offers and delisting from the Warsaw Stock Exchange. He also advises public companies on a day-to-day basis, including on corporate governance, securities law issues and stock exchange requirements.

Maciej is recommended by The IFLR1000 Financial & Corporate 2017, and the Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field of TMT.

Attorney-at-law, Partner,
Head of the Capital Markets Practice Area.

Szymon advises private equity and investment funds, Polish and international companies as well as private investors on M&A deals, joint ventures and real estate transactions.

He advises on financing and refinancing transactions that form part of real-estate investment and development projects. He has been involved in many capital market transactions, including private and public offerings.

Szymon is recommended by Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field of corporate and M&A.

Attorney-at-law, Partner,
Head of the Project Finance Practice Area.

Andrzej advises the major TMT companies on the Polish market. He drafts and negotiates inter-operator and infrastructure lease agreements, as well as agreements with vendors of equipment and infrastructure for the development of telecommunications networks and for other telecom-related services. He advises and represents clients in proceedings before regulatory authorities.

Andrzej is a Member of the Council of the Chamber of Commerce for Electronics and Telecommunications and a Vice-Chairman of the Council of the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications. He serves as an arbitrator for the Standing Arbitration Consumer Court at the Office of Electronic Communications. Andrzej is highly recommended by The Legal 500 2017 and Chambers Europe 2017 in the field of TMT.

Ph.D. Graduate in law Sciences, Partner,
Head of the TMT Practice Area.

Piotr specializes in employment, competition, intellectual and industrial property law with a particular focus on trademark issues. His clients include international and large domestic corporations, and leading companies from the SSC/BPO and IT industries. He represents clients in proceedings before civil and commercial courts of all instances.

Piotr worked for the Polish Antimonopoly Office (now UOKiK), and later was as a board member and Chief Legal Counsel of CANAL+Polska (now nc+), the first pay television station in Poland.

He cooperates with the Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights and is actively involved in pro bono activities for a number of foundations and private individuals.

Piotr is recommended by Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field of employment law.

Attorney-at-law, Partner,
Head of the Employment Law, Competition, IP and Data Protection Practice Areas

Tomasz specializes in court disputes, arbitration and enforcement proceedings, and bankruptcy and composition law. He represents clients before common courts of all instances, arbitration and administrative courts. He also deals with real estate issues.

Tomasz is an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration of the Polish Chamber of Commerce in Warsaw.

Tomasz has served as a judge at the Commercial Division of the Voivodeship Court in Warsaw. He has advised on many privatizations, mainly in the mining, energy and natural resources sectors.

He is recommended by The Legal 500 EMEA 2017 in the field of dispute resolution.

Attorney-at-law, Partner,
Head of the Public Procurement Practice Area


CDZ Breakfast | CDZ invites you to a breakfast meeting and discussion on:

Employee benefits. How to construct bonus schemes and other incentive systems in the company

Venue: at CDZ’s offices at 15 Zajęcza Street
Time: 9 am
Please confirm your attendance at: CDZbreakfast@cdz.com.pl
Venue:at CDZ’s offices at 64 Juliusza Słowackiego Avenue
Time: 9 am
Please confirm your attendance at: CDZbreakfast.krakow@cdz.com.pl


Weronika Papucewicz to speak at Employment Law Forum to take place in Warsaw on 7 and 8 June 2017

The forum organized by the Puls Biznesu daily will focus on present regulations and planned amendments to employment law. The forum’s agenda will include such issues as non-compete clauses and unfair competition; types of contracts and minimum wage rates; mobbing and discrimination; and working time and overtime management.

Weronika will present the flexible forms of employment and selected issues connected with entering into a civil law contract instead of an employment contract.

CDZ and the Wroclaw Agglomeration Development Agency (ARAW) organize a business breakfast for BPO/SSC companies

On 1 December 2016, the Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town Hotel hosted a labour law business breakfast on “Employment Contract Termination – Common Mistakes and Pitfalls”

Ewa Don-Siemion and Weronika Papucewicz presented on issues including how to phrase the reasons for termination correctly, mutual agreements, termination or disciplinary dismissal, employer’s duties related to employment termination. They also discussed how to brace for a conversation with the employee

The event was attended mainly by companies from the business services sector, such as NOKIA, IBM, UPS, MERCK.

Piotr Kryczek and Weronika Papucewicz speak at the 7th National Congress for Headmasters of Non-Public Schools

The 7th National Congress for Headmasters of Non-public Schools, held in Warsaw on 21st October 2016, was attended by headmasters and owners of non-public schools and preschools in Poland.

The congress focused on such issues as the calculation of subsidy amounts in light of present and future regulations; controversies regarding subsidy spending; and audit and administrative and court proceedings for subsidy refunds.

The CDZ representatives, Piotr Kryczek and Weronika Papucewicz, presented on the issue of managing the teaching and non-teaching staff in non-public schools; they discussed, among other things, various types of employment contracts, remuneration systems, and employee leave for teachers.


Mariusz Busiło participated in the seminar “New Institutionalism, Theories and Research” at the Public Affairs Institute of the Polish Academy of Sciences

The discussion during the first seminar in the 2016/17 cycle, held on 20 October, focused on the anatomy of the reforms of the Polish state as seen by their “engineers”.

The seminar’s keynote speaker was Professor Antoni Kamiński, who presented on “The 1997-2001 Reforms of the State Healthcare System”. The reforms’ author, Elżbieta Hibner, Ph.D., Eng. elaborated on the subject. Mariusz Busiło presented a lecture on the legislative process and practical aspects of law-making in Poland.


Ewa Don-Siemion and Weronika Papucewicz speak at the ABSL Krakow Chapter HR Corner

On 12 October 2016, a quarterly meeting of Krakow HR Corner took place at Brown Brothers Harriman’s Krakow office. The event was addressed to companies from the BPO/SSC sectors and was dedicated to labor law and soft HR issues.

Ewa Don-Siemion and Weronika Papucewicz spoke about labor law and new communication technologies, in particular social media in HR managers’ work and in the workplace; the assignment of company property to employees and the risks that this poses to the employer; and modern working time registration methods.


Mariusz Busiło keynote speaker at the Smart Grid Security Summit 2016

This year’s Smart Grid Security Summit 2016, geared towards utilities, regulators, the Polish Ministry of Energy, researchers and vendors, was held in Gdansk. It focused on two key areas: threats to the grid and the data within it, understanding the present and the future of the threat landscape; the most effective and comprehensive approaches to mitigating such threats; as well as other security-related case studies.

Keynote speakers included Andrzej Kaźmierski, Head of the Renewable Energy Sources Department at the Polish Ministry of Energy. Mariusz Busiło, representing the Mazovia Cluster ICT and the CDZ TMT Team, discussed the Polish legal framework with respect to smart grid data collection and processing, and how it should be changed in order to reflect the need for security, standardization and transparency in the industry.



press releases


CDZ advises Capital Partners S.A. on a new tech investment

CDZ has advised an investment fund of Capital Partners S.A. on its strategic investment in TMT companies to finance IPOS S.A., a Polish provider of IT solutions.

As part of the transaction, the investment fund of Capital Partners S.A. extended a loan to IPOS S.A. Proceeds from the loan were converted into the company’s share capital through the investor’s exercise of rights under subscription warrants.

CDZ assignment included developing the concept for the planned transaction, drafting of all transaction documents, assisting in the entire process of negotiating the transaction documents and terms of the capital entry of Capital Partners S.A. into IPOS S.A.

The transaction was coordinated by Maciej Kotlicki, Partner, assisted by Małgorzata Sas-Madej, Advocate, both specializing in M&A deals and capital markets law.

CDZ advises Equitin Partners on an investment in the consumer services sector

CDZ has advised Equitin Partners Limited, a private equity fund investing in such sectors as financial services, FMCG and healthcare, on an acquisition of the 70% controlling stake from the founders of Time for Wax, a Polish beauty services chain.

Following the transaction Equitin Partners Limited intends to continue its market expansion and create new services and products for consumers. Equitin Partners set out rules for the company’s governance in cooperation with its founders in an investment agreement and related documentation.

CDZ drafted of the transaction documents, including the investment agreement, amendments to the articles of association incorporating the provisions of that agreement and related agreements. CDZ lawyers assisted Equitin Partners throughout the entire process of negotiating the transaction documentation and terms of the investor’s capital entry into the company.

CDZ’s team was headed by Maciej Kotlicki, Partner, assisted by Małgorzata Sas-Madej, Advocate, who specializes in M&A deals.

CDZ advises Capital Partners S.A. on a new technology market investment

CDZ has advised two funds managed by TFI Capital Partners S.A. (a subsidiary of Capital Partners S.A.) on assuming shares in Orbitvu Sp. z o.o. and becoming a part of the Orbitvu Group. The two funds were: CP Closed Investment Fund (with its subfunds CP Private Equity and CP Absolute Return) and Capital Partners Investment I FIZ.

Orbitvu Sp. z o.o. is the holding company in a group consisting of companies based in the United Kingdom and Germany.

The transaction was coordinated by Maciej Kotlicki, Partner, assisted by Małgorzata Sas-Madej, an advocate specializing in M&A deals and capital markets law.

CDZ advises Capital Park Group on setting up a joint venture with Akron Group for a shopping center in Swarzędz

CDZ has advised Capital Park Group, an investor and developer on the real estate market, on setting up a joint venture with the Akron Group, an Austrian capital group that invests in office, logistics and retail properties, in order to modernize the ETC shopping center in the town of Swarzędz, Poland.

CDZ carried out a due diligence investigation of the real estate and the joint venture company, developed the transaction structure in cooperation with tax advisors, and prepared and negotiated the joint venture agreement, organizational documents and the financing structure within the capital group.

The CDZ team was coordinated by Szymon Skiendzielewski, Partner, and Aleksandra Szyszko-Kamińska, an attorney-at-law specializing in M&A deals.

CDZ lawyers also advised the joint venture company on securing bank financing for the modernization of the ETC shopping center.

This deal is not the first transaction between the Capital Park Group and the Akron Group. Last year CDZ advised Capital Park Group on the set-up of a joint venture to redevelop the ETC shopping center in Gdańsk (renamed Galeria Zaspa).

CDZ advises Fox International Group Limited on the acquisition of a 100% share in Salmo Sp. z o.o.

CDZ has advised Fox International Group Limited, Europe’s largest fishing tackle company, in the process of acquiring a 100% share in Salmo Sp. z o.o., one of the largest global manufacturers of fishing lures.

Fox International is owned and managed by the private equity funds Mayfair Equity Partners (majority) and Next Wave Partners.

CDZ legal team was led by Maciej Kotlicki, Partner, who coordinated with Aleksandra Petrykowska, an attorney-at-law specializing in M&A deals.

The partnership between the two companies is designed to significantly increase Fox’s presence in the hunting and fishing goods market. 


The Legal 500 EMEA 2017
CDZ and its lawyers ranked high by The Legal 500 2017

In this year’s edition CDZ has been ranked in the field of Corporate and M&A; TMT; employment, dispute resolution, and restructuring and insolvency. Andrzej Chajec, Ewa Don-Siemion, Krzysztof Żyto, Maciej Kotlicki, Szymon Skiendzielewski, Andrzej Abramczuk, Piotr Kryczek, Tomasz Mizikowski and Jolanta Okoniecka have also been recommended in their respective fields of practice.

Recommended by Chambers Europe 2017
CDZ and its lawyers ranked by Chambers Europe 2017

In this year’s edition CDZ has been ranked in three categories: Corporate and M&A; TMT; and Employment. Andrzej Chajec and Andrzej Abramczuk have also been recommended in their respective fields of practice.

Quotes from our clients:

The team is recommended for its knowledge and understanding of the market. "They are true experts and know the telecoms market really well. They are very helpful and up to speed."

"They have a business approach. They are not just lawyers but rather try to analyse the business context of the deal."

Ranking Polityki Insight
CDZ’s TMT Practice Area Ranked High by the Polityka Insight Ranking 2017

It distinguishes the best regulatory law firms in the Polish market, among others, in the field of telecommunication law. CDZ has been ranked in the second band.

CDZ and its lawyers ranked by The IFLR1000

In the 2017 edition we have been recommended in the Banking, and Capital Markers – Debt practice areas. Maciej Kotlicki has been also distinguished as a leading lawyer in Poland. 

Chambers Europe
CDZ and its lawyers ranked by Chambers Europe 2016

In this year’s ranking CDZ has been ranked in four categories: Corporate and M&A; Private Equity; TMT; and Employment. Several our lawyers have been shortlisted, including Andrzej Chajec in the field of Corporate and M&A and Private Equity, and Andrzej Abramczuk in the field of TMT.

Quotes from our clients:

- Corporate and M&A: “The team is flexible with timing: able to do things on the spot or in a short timescale."

- Private equity: "It is a small but professionally run firm, with a number of very experienced lawyers. It offers very good prices for a very good quality of work."

- TMT: "The team was brilliant in the way in which it found complex solutions for problems. "

 "There is no excessive admin or formalisation. The team specifically and effectively deals with matters. " 


Visit CDZ’s Stand at the 7th Lawyer Internship and Work Fair

On 14 and 15 March 2017 the Seventh Lawyer Internship and Work Fair will be held at the University Library building in Warsaw. The fair is organized by BCSystems Legal Recruitment & Business Advisory in cooperation with the Law and Administration Faculty of Warsaw University and its Student Self-Governing Organization.

Visitors to CDZ’s stand will have an opportunity to meet our young lawyers who have been hired by CDZ following successful internships – they will share their advice on how to start a legal career and use interpersonal skills in team work, which for us, are the most important in teamwork. Our HR Director will also be there to tell about summer internships, working at CDZ and career path.

You are very welcome to visit our stand!

Mariusz Busiło appointed as an expert in electromagnetic fields by PIIT

On 10 February 2017 the Council of the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications, following a proposal by its Board, appointed four new experts in the following areas: issues related to electromagnetic fields; education and cooperation between business and universities; human resources management and public aid for investors; and smart grids.

Mariusz Busiło is a specialist in regulatory issues and commercial aspects of telecommunications and media, competition, copyright and internet laws.

The Chamber’s members include companies from the information and communication technology sector.

Weronika Papucewicz interviewed by Rzeczpospolita Daily’s “RZECZoPRAWIE” program

Weronika Papucewicz, a CDZ lawyer, was hosted by Mateusz Rzemek in his program on 14 November 2016 to comment on why the long-awaited legal changes to permit the financial sector to vet job candidates have been scrapped. According to the “Morawiecki Plan”, the bill proposing 100 changes to the legal business environment, entities subject to financial supervision were to be allowed to ask candidates about their criminal records. 

CDZ Lex Torpedoes running team on the run

For the second consecutive year our running team, Lex Torpedoes, took part in a charity event, the Warsaw Business Run, completing 5x4.2 km and reaching the finish with a total time of 01:44:38. This placed us in 190th place (out of 690 teams participating), improving on last year’s result by 58 places.

We are also a strategic partner of the run – we provide legal assistance to the Poland Business Run Foundation that organizes the annual event. 

CDZ Supports the Pro Bono Program of the Polish Society of Anti-Discrimination Law

In June 2016, CDZ and the Polish Society of Anti-Discrimination Law (PSADL) signed a cooperation agreement under which CDZ will provide free-of-charge legal support in cases related to human rights, and in particular to afford legal protection against unwarranted unequal treatment.

The cooperation concerns cases of discrimination based on gender, age, disability, race or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, sexual identity, religion, denomination or non-belief. It also covers unlawful unequal treatment in such areas as labor and employment, access to goods and services, education, healthcare or social welfare.

As part of the cooperation, CDZ will represent persons referred by the PSADL before common courts, the Supreme Court, administrative courts, law enforcement agencies, public administration bodies, the European Court of Human Rights and other international authorities whose task is to protect the rights and liberties of individuals.

The CDZ lawyers involved in the project include Ewa Don-Siemion and Piotr Kryczek, Partners, and Weronika Papucewicz.





The guide provides an overview of the EU Regulatory Framework for electronic communications and services in the EU Member States, as well as a broad overview of the relevant law and regulations in 34 jurisdictions. CDZ contributed to the Poland chapter

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The guide covers common issues in employment and labour law and regulations, including terms and conditions of employment, employee representation, discrimination, maternity and family leave rights and business sales, in 43 jurisdictions. CDZ contributed to the Poland chapter.

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The third edition of the publication offers an in-depth review of market conditions and insolvency case developments in key countries around the world. CDZ contributed to the Poland chapter.

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The guide provides an overview of the EU Regulatory Framework for electronic communications and services in the EU Member States, as well as a broad overview of common issues in telecoms, media and internet laws and regulations in 37 jurisdictions. CDZ contributed to the Poland chapter.

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The guide provides a comprehensive legal analysis of labor and employment laws and regulations in 34 jurisdictions. Among others, it examines issues when structuring international employment arrangements for multinational companies and high-stakes Equal Employment Opportunity Commission class action litigation in America. CDZ contributed to the Poland chapter.

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APRIL LABOUR LAW UPDATE presented by Aspire and CDZ

Employers planning to introduce additional remuneration components should establish detailed conditions governing their payment. Bonuses, unlike discretionary awards, are claimable. Employees acquire a bonus entitlement once they meet the conditions set out in the employer’s internal regulations.

MARCH LABOUR LAW UPDATE presented by Aspire and CDZ

Although in principle it is against the law to instruct employees to do work on Sundays and statutory holidays, the Polish Labor Code provides for some exceptions to this rule. Multinational corporations with service centers or other operations in Poland that provide services for their overseas units, may take advantage of a special legal regulation which permits work on Sundays and statutory holidays.

FEBRUARY LABOUR LAW UPDATE presented by Aspire and CDZ

New employees undergo pre-employment health assessment to confirm their ability to work in the assigned position. Absence of contraindications to performing a specific work is confirmed periodically during medical examinations whose frequency depends on the nature of work. Employers must refer employees for medical examinations and employees are required to report for such examinations.

JANUARY LABOUR LAW UPDATE presented by Aspire and CDZ

The power of employees depends on the kind of representative body present in the company. As long as employee representatives, works councils, EWCs or trade unions cooperate with employer they may be a constructive partner in carrying on the social dialogue. But representatives may become a problem when they attempt to abuse their powers.

NOVEMBER LABOUR LAW UPDATE presented by Aspire and CDZ

Under Polish law employers cannot verify the criminal records of job candidates unless they are recruiting for positions where the law requires a clean criminal record. This limitation results in a material threat to the interests of consumers using the services of banks and other financial institutions in which Polish employees do not undergo vetting procedures.


Rzeczpospolita 2017/04/04
It’s a good idea to set out bonus payment rules
Agata Iwanow

If an employer starts granting bonuses without setting out any rules, he risks disputes with employees and gives rise to doubts as to whether to include such bonuses in the allowance calculation base.

Rzeczpospolita 2017/03/16
Employment terms not to be worse than the statutory minimum
Agata Iwanow

Full-time employment means that employees must be given at least the minimum terms set out in the Labor Code. Some of these terms may be proportionally reduced in the case of part-time employment.

Rzeczpospolita 2017/03/10
A simple joint-stock company is in the pipeline
Aleksandra Szyszko-Kamińska

Whilst supporting the view that driving innovativeness is a step towards a more competitive economy, the Ministry of Economic Development is responding to proposals of innovative entrepreneurs and planning to create a start-up friendly ecosystem.

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Rzeczpospolita 2017/03/02
Reimbursable costs of contractors’ travel
Krzysztof Chyba

Contractors’ travel connected with performance of a contract is not a business travel within the meaning of the labor law but many labor law provisions may be applied by analogy.

Rzeczpospolita 2017/02/28
A second second chance
Agata Iwanow

If an employee is not successful during the term of a trial-period contract, another contract for the same position may be signed with that employee three years after the end of the trial period. This does not apply when a new trial-period contract is to concern work of a different type.

Rzeczpospolita 2017/02/24
How can minority shareholders ensure they get dividends?
Aleksandra Szyszko-Kamińska

Start-up founders stand the greatest chance of shaping mutual relations and the wording of articles of association at a time when they negotiate start-up investment or cooperation principles with an interested venture fund or any other investor.

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As a fast growing dynamic structure, we always bring new talents on board.

Excellence. Commitment. Efficiency.

If you cherish those three words, and the values they represent,
you'll fit right in with our team.



Job description:

We are looking for fourth and fifth year law students who are available five days a week and have a very good command of English. Foreign internships, courses of European, British, and American law, as well as the knowledge of a second language will be an additional asset. We offer monthly paid internships with a possibility to extend.

Job description:

CDZ Krakow office is looking for a lawyer

Job description:

  • Date-to-day legal services and advice on labor law and corporate law
  • Advice on civil, commercial and business law
  • Drafting opinions, reports, contracts, motions and official filings
  • Interaction with English speaking clients
  • Interaction with public administration bodies


  • University degree in law
  • A minimum experience of 3 years as a lawyer in a law firm
  • Excellent command of spoken and written English
  • Practical experience
  • Ability to draft documents
  • Availability, independence and ability to perform under pressure
  • Good interpersonal skills

What we offer

  • Employment in a national law firm with a well-established market position in Krakow and Warsaw
  • Work in a team of ambitious professionals
  • Work for multinational clients
  • Work in English

Email your CV and a cover letter to cv@cdz.com.pl

Please insert the following clause in your application: “I consent to having my personal data in my job application processed for the recruitment process by Chajec, Don-Siemion & Żyto Sp. k. (pursuant to the Personal Data Protection Act of 29 August 1997, Journal of Laws No. 133 item 883)




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