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Poznan

Poznan

Poland

Our team based in Poznań is headed by Real Estate Partner - Wojciech Koczara and comprises 13 lawyers specializing in the real estate, banking and energy sectors. The team acts for a wide range of clients including real estate investors, insurance companies, pension funds, property companies and property funds, as well as commercial and residential developers. We also act for retailers and other occupiers of commercial, office and warehouse space.

Our legal advice also covers matters related to energy and environment protection, banking and finance, private equity and M&A, insurance and infrastructure. We understand the business environment of our clients and provide effective and innovative legal solutions.

Our capability in Poznań gives clients access to a top-tier national law firm in Poland with the cross-border resource of lawyers based around the world. 

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Directions

The Poznań office is located in the modern Omega Building.

By aeroplane

Ławica airport - The best way to get to our office from Poznań-Ławica airport is by taxi. You will find taxis in front of the arrival terminal.

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Location

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang Pośniak i Sawicki sp.k.
Budynek OMEGA/OMEGA Building
ul. J. H. Dąbrowskiego 79a
60-529 Poznań
Poland
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