Poland/CEE: Schoenherr boosts dispute resolution practice with arbitration and litigation heavyweights

18 February 2019 | general

Schoenherr is expanding its CEE wide dispute resolution practice by adding a team of three arbitration and litigation lawyers to its Warsaw office.

Led by Marcin Asłanowicz, partner, and comprising of Paweł Bukiel, attorney-at-law, as well as Ewa Parczewska, associate, the team brings a wealth of knowledge and more than two decades of an excellent track record to Schoenherr's Warsaw office.

The team was recognised for its stellar performance by all leading directories, such as Chambers and Legal500. Prior to joining Schoenherr, the team members worked in arbitration and litigation at leading international law firms in Poland.

Christoph Lindinger, partner and head of Schoenherr's dispute resolution practice, commented: "Dispute resolution is a very important pillar of our regional competence. With the newly established team in our Warsaw office we underline our capabilities as a one-stop-shop in high profile international disputes in CEE."

Paweł Halwa, the managing partner of Schoenherr's Warsaw office, added: "I am thrilled to welcome Marcin, Paweł and Ewa to our Warsaw office. I have known them for many years and I am convinced that they will be a great fit, equally in terms of their practice area, the client base they serve, and the culture and values that drive them."

Marcin Asłanowicz, the new head of the Warsaw dispute resolution team said: "I am absolutely delighted to join Schoenherr – a top tier law firm with an outstanding reputation. Together we can build an even stronger dispute resolution practice, offering both international and Polish clients a unique combination of arbitration and litigation experience as well as in-depth knowledge of the market. We do understand the clients' business needs and are keen to deliver them the highest quality legal service."

Paweł Halwa

Partner

T: +48 22 223 09 11
p.halwa@schoenherr.eu

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