Dr. Miroslaw BABIACZYK
Founded in 1993, Babiaczyk, Skrocki i Wspólnicy is a Polish full-service firm engaged in multiple areas of law across multiple countries.
From the very beginning our principal objective was to provide professional, efficient and effective legal solutions for large and medium-sized companies. We have been in practice for 25 years, assisting hundreds of clients with their commercial, corporate and litigation needs, which helped us expand our knowledge base and our capabilities to grow, but also, just like the Law, we have been changing and evolving. However, the core values remain unchanged, as overseen by the founders and Senior Partners of BSiW: dr Mirosław Babiaczyk and Dariusz Skrocki, supported by a steadily-growing team of lawyers with a wide range of expertise. Currently we have approximately 20 lawyers on board and as the consequence we are ranked in Top100 law firms in Poland in terms of size and in Top50 in terms of revenue.
The philosophy which stands behind our actions draws from pragmatism: our services are fully subordinated to our Clients’ business objectives. Therefore our advice is always preceded with becoming acquainted with the specifics of the client’s operations and understanding its expectations and needs, which allows selecting the most practical solutions under given circumstances. With respect to business sectors we are assisting clients from dozens of different businesses including: construction, development, energy, logistic, automotive, agricultural, food processing, transport, municipal services and real property management. Our team of lawyers have extensive experience representing individuals, start-ups, small and midsized businesses as well as multinational corporations. Our lawyers have fluent command of English, German and Russian.
Areas of expertise
Our law-firm provides both ongoing services as well as specialist legal advices in particular in the fields of:
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Investments in Poland
- intellectual property and technology law
- Development and transfer of real estates
- Energy law
- Establishment, transformation and liquidation of companies
- Employment law
- Public procurement
- Litigation and enforcement proceedings
- Tax issues
- Unfair competition