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Krzysztof Wierzbowski among the leading Polish construction law specialists according to Who's Who Legal

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11-08-2016

Krzysztof Wierzbowski, the managing partner of our law firm appeared among the leading Polish lawyers in the "Construction Law" category in the guide Who's Who Legal published in July this year.
The publication Who's Who Legal is the result of research conducted among law firms and companies’ in-house lawyers. In this year's edition, 600 leading lawyers in 55 countries were recognised.
The publisher of Who's Who Legal is Law Business Research, a British publishing group that provides research, analyses and reports on international legal services market. Publications are a source of information for companies seeking specialists in specific areas.
This is another award in this ranking received by the experts from our firm. In 2015, Tomasz Zalewski received a recommendation in the "Government Contracts" category.
The entire ranking is available at Who’s Who Legal site http://whoswholegal.com/practiceareas/29/construction/
Krzysztof Wierzbowski, the managing partner of our law firm appeared among the leading Polish lawyers in the "Construction Law" category in the guide Who's Who Legal published in July this year.

The publication Who's Who Legal is the result of research conducted among law firms and companies’ in-house lawyers. In this year's edition, 600 leading lawyers in 55 countries were recognised.

The publisher of Who's Who Legal is Law Business Research, a British publishing group that provides research, analyses and reports on international legal services market. Publications are a source of information for companies seeking specialists in specific areas.

This is another award in this ranking received by the experts from our firm. In 2015, Tomasz Zalewski received a recommendation in the "Government Contracts" category.

The entire ranking is available at Who’s Who Legal site >> 

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