Warsaw is the dynamic capital of the largest country in the CEE region, Poland. It has been home to CMS since 1995, and both international investors and leading local companies use the city as the base for their Polish operations.

If you are doing business in Poland, you can rely on the experience and technical know-how of over 150 CMS lawyers, providing you with a full service offering. Our lawyers work closely with colleagues across the world and specialise in various industry sectors from early on in their careers. We benefit from the combination of strong local roots with a global reach of over 4,500 legal and tax professionals across over 70 offices worldwide.

Business and regulatory environments are constantly evolving. All our advisers are always up-to-date with new regulations and market developments in both Polish and international market to deliver the best service.

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The Warsaw office is located in the very centre of the city, in the Warsaw Financial Center (WFC) building. There is underground station access nearby, and it is within walking distance from the Central Railway Station.

By underground

Click here to view the Warsaw Underground map.

The nearest station to the WFC building is Rondo One. When exiting the tube station, turn left towards Emilii Plater street, past the Rondo One building. The next building is WFC.

By aeroplane

Okęcie airport - Okęcie is the main airport, located within the area of Warsaw. The fastest way to reach Okęcie airport from the city is to use a taxi. To get to the office from the airport, you can have one arranged for you in front of the building. These are authorised and safe taxis.

Modlin airport - Modlin airport is located 35 km North-West from Warsaw center. It is mainly used for low-cost airlines and charters. The best way to get to Modlin airport is by taxi.

By taxi

There are a number of taxi companies. At CMS we use Merc Taxi (T: +48 22 677 77 77). Credit cards are widely accepted.

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Warsaw Financial Centre
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9 August 2017
CMS ad­vises on of­fice trans­ac­tion in Po­land
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European Com­mis­sion ends cor­por­ate tax ex­emp­tions gran­ted to Bel­gi­um...
On 27 Ju­ly 2017, the European Com­mis­sion form­ally re­ques­ted Bel­gi­um and France to ab­ol­ish cor­por­ate tax ex­emp­tions for their ports, con­sid­er­ing that their na­tion­al re­gimes for the tax­a­tion of ports were in­com­pat­ible with EU State aid reg­u­la­tion.
2 August 2017
The Auto­mot­ive In­dustry Re­port 2017/18
Ad­voc­ate-Gen­er­al sub­mits opin­ion sup­port­ing on­line sales re­stric­tions
Ad­voc­ate-Gen­er­al (AG) Wahl sub­mit­ted a non-bind­ing opin­ion to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that lux­ury brand sup­pli­ers should have the right to choose who sells their products and how their products are sold in or­der to pro­tect their im­age and ex­clus­iv­ity.
31 July 2017
CMS Po­land ex­pands its bank­ing prac­tice
Re­gister now for our con­fer­ence on com­pet­i­tion law en­force­ment in...
New gambling reg­u­la­tions in Po­land enter in­to force
Amend­ments to the Gambling Act of 19 Novem­ber 2009 (the “Gambling Act”) entered in­to force in two parts in April and Ju­ly 2017. The changes in­clude new ob­lig­a­tions on in­ter­net ser­vice pro­viders and ser­vice pay­ment op­er­at­ors con­cern­ing on­line bet­ting op­er­a­tions.
10 July 2017
CMS Po­land ap­points a new head of En­vir­on­ment­al prac­tice
Pro­pos­al to amend the sub­sti­tu­tion fee in the Act on the Re­new­able...
A pro­pos­al to amend the Act on Re­new­able En­ergy Sources (the “Draft”) was pub­lished on 12 Ju­ly 2017. The Draft pro­poses chan­ging the way the sub­sti­tu­tion fee is cal­cu­lated. The lower and up­per cham­bers of the Pol­ish Par­lia­ment have already ac­cep­ted the Draft.
7 July 2017
CMS ex­pands real es­tate team in Po­land
Po­land plans to ter­min­ate its Bi­lat­er­al In­vest­ment Treaty (BIT) with...
On 18 Ju­ly 2017 the Pol­ish Coun­cil of Min­is­ters (i. e. the ex­ec­ut­ive branch) sub­mit­ted to the Par­lia­ment a draft pro­pos­al al­low­ing the Pres­id­ent to uni­lat­er­ally ter­min­ate the cur­rent agree­ment on the pro­mo­tion and re­cip­roc­al pro­tec­tion of in­vest­ments, signed.
Over­view of Tax Re­forms in CEE 2015 - 2017
Entry in­to force of EU Clin­ic­al Tri­als Reg­u­la­tion post­poned to 2019
On 16 June 2017, the European Medi­cines Agency (“EMA”) pub­lished a press re­lease1 an­noun­cing the post­pone­ment of the entry in­to force of the EU Clin­ic­al Tri­als Reg­u­la­tion of 16 April 2016. 2 It was one of the top­ics at the June 2017 meet­ing of the EMA Man­age­ment.