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Ewa Łachowska-Brol

Ewa Łachowska-Brol

Co-Managing Partner 

ewa.lachowska-brol@eversheds-sutherland.pl

+48 22 50 50 797

+48 22 50 50 701

Poland

Author of the blog kodeksWpracy.pl

Languages

Polish, English

Areas of practice

  • Labor Law
  • Transport and Logistics

Experience

Ewa Łachowska-Brol is an attorney at law and a partner at Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland. 
She heads the labor law team. 
She advises on all aspects of labor law, including selection of the optimal form of employment, conclusion and termination of employment contracts and other related agreements, employment terms, restructuring of employment, posting, internal regulations, appointment of employee representatives, information and consultation requirements with respect to labor unions and works councils, labor law litigation, managerial agreements and other civil-law contracts. 
Ewa conducts training and presentations at conferences as well as internal workshops for clients. She is one of the co-creators of the employment blog Kodeks w pracy. She is a member of the Labor Law Association.
The 2016 editions of the European Legal 500 and Chambers Europe guides recommend Ewa Łachowska-Brol in the area of employment law.
She completed postgraduate studies in European law at the University of Warsaw and holds a Certificate of Professional Competence in International Road Haulage Operations. 

Recent projects 

| Advising on outsourcing of a part of operations and the related transfer of employees and group layoffs, including preparation of required documents, consultation of the agreement with labor unions and help with resolving individual cases of employees covered by these processes
| Advising on employment matters in connection with the purchase of a part of a business and related transfer of employees and group layoffs, including the preparation of required documents and help with resolving individual cases of laid-off employees
| Advising on employment matters related to a cross-border merger and maintenance of the status of a separate employer in several locations by a Polish branch
| Advising on a compliance inspection regarding working time by the District Labor Inspectorate, including replies to inquiries during the inspection and follow-up explanations
| Advising on employment matters in connection with a cross-border merger of companies, including 
the process for selection of employee representatives, members of a special negotiating team for the cross-border company, and the employee representative in the governing bodies of the company

Ewa Łachowska-Brol is Co-Managing Partner at Wierzbowski Eversheds Sutherland. She heads the labor law team. 

She advises on all aspects of labor law, including selection of the optimal form of employment, conclusion and termination of employment contracts and other related agreements, employment terms, restructuring of employment, posting, internal regulations, appointment of employee representatives, information and consultation requirements with respect to labor unions and works councils, labor law litigation, managerial agreements and other civil-law contracts. 

Ewa conducts training and presentations at conferences as well as internal workshops for clients. She is one of the co-creators of the employment blog Kodeks w pracy. She is a member of the Labor Law Association.

She is a recognized expert enjoying the trust of clients, as confirmed by prestigious legal rankings such as Chambers Europe and Legal 500 EMEA in the area of employment law.

Ewa Łachowska-Brol is a law graduate of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. She also completed postgraduate studies in European law at the University of Warsaw and holds a Certificate of Professional Competence in International Road Haulage Operations. She is a member of the Labor Law Association.

Recent projects 
  • Advising on outsourcing of a part of operations and the related transfer of employees and group layoffs, including preparation of required documents, consultation of the agreement with labor unions and help with resolving individual cases of employees covered by these processes
  • Advising on employment matters in connection with the purchase of a part of a business and related transfer of employees and group layoffs, including the preparation of required documents and help with resolving individual cases of laid-off employees
  • Advising on employment matters related to a cross-border merger and maintenance of the status of a separate employer in several locations by a Polish branch
  • Advising on a compliance inspection regarding working time by the District Labor Inspectorate, including replies to inquiries during the inspection and follow-up explanations
  • Advising on employment matters in connection with a cross-border merger of companies, including the process for selection of employee representatives, members of a special negotiating team for the cross-border company, and the employee representative in the governing bodies of the company
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