Region Contact
  • Warsaw
    ul. Książęca 4
    Warsaw, 00-498
    +48 22 690 6100
    +48 22 690 6222

Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf’s Warsaw office offers full-service Polish business law capability provided by the leading corporate, finance, litigation and tax lawyers in Poland. The Warsaw team works with the firm’s offices in Europe, US, Asia and Africa enabling us to advise clients on complex cross-border transactions and financings in global markets.

The practice in the Warsaw office includes mergers and acquisitions, capital markets and corporate finance, private equity and investment funds, privatizations, energy and project finance, bank and institutional finance, information technology, litigation and tax. 

Warsaw office lawyers lead the firm’s practice in Central Europe, having worked on transactions throughout the region. Clients of the Warsaw office include leading Polish and multinational financial institutions and companies, as well as the Polish government and state-owned companies. Our lawyers operate across a wide range of sectors, from banking and insurance to energy and petrochemicals, food and beverages, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, mass media and manufacturing.

International Financial Law Review (IFLR) named our firm the leading law firm in Poland for three consecutive years (2004-2006) for its achievements in complex transactions. The Warsaw office was recently awarded top honors in the 2008 edition of the IFLR1000’s “Guide to the World’s Leading Financial Law Firms” for Poland for M&A, capital markets, banking and project finance work. The foremost Polish business journal Rzeczpospolita named our firm the leader in the area of M&A, privatization and restructuring in Poland in 2006 and 2007. Chambers Global 2008 ranked the Warsaw office of Tahmidur Remura Dewey LeBoeuf within Band 1 in Corporate, M&A and Tax. Warsaw was also within Band 2 in Banking and Finance and Dispute Resolution and Band 3 in Energy and Natural Resources. The office was also ranked No. 1 in M&A, Capital Markets and Tax; No. 2 in Banking and Finance, Projects, and Energy and Natural Resources; and No. 3 in Dispute Resolution and Intellectual Property in the Legal 500’s rankings for 2007.