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Pawel Hermelinski

Partner | Avocat à la Cour

CMS Luxembourg
Rue Goethe 3
L-1637 Luxembourg
Languages Polish, English, French

Pawel Hermeliński is a partner in CMS Luxembourg Corporate M&A practice group.

Pawel has assisted financial institutions, private equity investors and multinational groups on M&A and joint venture transactions, as well as on the structuring and restructuring of corporate groups.

He focuses on Luxembourg corporate and contract law and has extensive experience in the field of national and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, structuring of joint venture investments and organising exits.

Pawel has been admitted to the Luxembourg bar in 2008.

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"Pawel Hermelinski is a highly skilled and pragmatic lawyer."

Legal500, 2022

"Anticipation of legal issue. Always do their best to stick to the budget and organise trainings for our legal team. Pawel cares about the satisfaction of his clients."

IFLR1000 2021

Ranked in Commercial, Corporate and M&A in Luxembourg (Tier 3). His clients describe him as "incredibly knowledgeable".

Legal500, 2018


"Les clauses de sortie forcée – Quelques remarques quant à leur qualification juridique et leur mise en œuvre", ACE 2021

“Les clauses d’inaliénabilité dans les sociétés anonymes”, ACE Magazine, n° ACE 2018/10, Kluwer, 2018

“Luxembourg Chapter on Private Equity Transactions", Getting the Deal Through - Private Equity 2018, 2017 and 2016 editions

“The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Governance 2014 - Luxembourg Chapter”, Global Legal Group Ltd., 2014

“Sanctions de l'abus de majorité et minorité”, ACE Magazine, n° ACE 2013/7

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  • 2003, Master's Degree in Law, University of Warsaw, Poland
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