We are celebrating the closing of our biggest real estate transaction

We have successfully closed the biggest real estate transaction in our law firm this year. We have assisted our Client who is a capital group - a leader of the packaging industry.

After several months of negotitations and the resolution of a material tax issue the Parties concluded the purchase agreement of an industrial plot in Łódź.

The next step will be the opening of a production facility and afterwards: the sale.


The transaction was managed by attorney-at-law Agata Adamczyk. 

Bartłomiej Liber - success in negotiations, end of a longasting corporate conflict

Partner of our law firm, Bartłomiej Liber, has sucessfully completed negotiations related to a long-lasting corporate conflict in one of the steel industry companies in Silesia region.


As a result of his intervention a dispute among shareholders jeopardizing the existence of the enterprise has been finally resolved.


We are happy for the success and we keep our fingers crossed for the further development of the Company's business at a new stage.  

New joint-venture project - construction of a packaging factory

Agata Adamczyk & Associates law firm in Cracow, Poland, is conducting another French-speaking project. This time we support a French Client in negotiations with a Polish partner which relate to the creation of a joint-venture company and construction of a specialized packaging factory. The venture leads to the creation of new working places and we are very happy to be able to contribute to it.

In mid-june 2016 the Parties sucessfully closed the first stage of negotiations. New steps are ahead of us. With effort of all parties involved we will reach a satisfactory result. The production should start in mid-2017.

Agata Adamczyk is the speaker at the AIJA M&A seminar in Budapest

Attorney-at-law Agata Adamczyk was one of the speakers at the international seminar related to M&A transactions organised in Budapest on 21-23 april 2016 by AIJA Association International des Jeunes Avocats. The topic of the panel was the protection of shareholders in case of exit from the company (partnership). In particular, the participants discussed clauses usually used in their respective jurisdictions which aim at protecting the shareholders from an unsufficient share sale price (exit price). The different methods of evaluation have been presented too. Last but not the least the good leaver and bad leaver provisions were presented and the deadlock mechanisms.


The panelists compared legal regulations, jurisprudence and market practice in Poland, Switzerland, France, Intaly and Hungary.  


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