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Holiday Notice

Our office will remain closed for public holidays on 1 and 3 May 2024. Moreover, on 2 May our workforce will be reduced.

24 April 2024

Holiday Notice

Our office will remain closed for public holidays on 25 and 26 December 2023 and 1 and 2 January 2024. Moreover, from 27 December to 29 December our workforce will…

12 December 2023

Holiday notice

Due to the public holiday on August 15, our offices will be closed and on August 14, we will work with a significantly reduced staff.

11 August 2023

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Law firm Warsaw

JWP Law Firm is part of JWP Group, whose structures also include JWP Patent and Trademark Attorneys and JWP Foundation. The head office is located in Warsaw, at 75 Minska Street in a renovated building that was formerly a printing house. The office is conveniently located in Warsaw’s Praga district, with easy access to public transport from both the Warsaw East Railway Station and the Central Railway Station. Should you require a meeting at our law firm’s office, we also have a car park dedicated to our clients.
Our legal services are available to companies located in and around Warsaw, and thanks to modern forms of communication, we can also provide support throughout Poland. We offer advice in person, by email or remotely via video conference. We provide advice and support to companies of all sizes on a wide range of issues relating to their market operations.
With the support of other entities in JWP Group, we also offer complementary counselling on intellectual property and educational and community-oriented activities. Our objective is to become the leading law firm in Warsaw and across Poland. To achieve this, we place the utmost importance on meeting our clients’ needs and maintaining clear and transparent communication.

What does JWP law firm specialise in?

In the current business environment, the support of a law firm is often a crucial factor for companies and organisations that want to operate efficiently and effectively and grow in Poland. The vast and complex web of regulations that govern different areas of business activity often necessitates the guidance of a lawyer or attorney-at-law. Our law firm not only offers advice as part of a regular legal service to companies, which includes analysing contracts and documents, creating by-laws and supporting day-to-day operations, but also in terms of:

  • labour law, e.g. drafting of employment contracts, letters of intent, management contracts, work regulations, pay, bonuses and non-competition agreements
    economic law, e.g. obtaining permits, concessions, licences, negotiating contracts, commercial agreements or conducting negotiations for settlements
  • construction and historic preservation law, e.g. creation and consultation of design work contracts, investor supervision, construction contracts, obtaining administrative permits and permissions for investments in historic buildings, analyses of the validity of entries and deletions from the register of historic monuments, conducting administrative, court and appeal proceedings
  • the law of new technologies, e.g. drafting EULAs (End User License Agreements), drafting website terms and conditions, preparing confidentiality agreements, counselling on the protection of personal data and intellectual property rights in IT projects, assisting in IT disputes, negotiating, drafting and giving opinions on development, implementation and maintenance agreements for computer programs and IT systems, drafting internal rules and regulations regarding the use of tools based on artificial intelligence (AI) in the enterprise
  • competition and consumer law, e.g. assessing the risk of infringements, developing legal aspects of sales strategies, securing business secrets, protecting against accusations of unfair competition, assisting in the implementation of product labelling and marketing legislation, representation before the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, the Court of Competition and Consumer Protection and in individual disputes with consumers

Our service portfolio also includes other specialisations related to doing business in Poland. These include: commercial law (e.g. establishment, registration and liquidation of companies, reorganisation of enterprises, legal services to management boards and supervisory boards), tax law (tax optimisation, VAT refunds, business succession), personal data protection (outsourcing of the role of Data Protection Inspector, audits, trainings), services for foreigners (legalisation of residence, assistance in the process of employment, representation before offices), environmental protection (legal and environmental audits, product and recycling fees, cross-border waste shipments), advertising law (preparing and giving opinions on contracts, the scope of cooperation with agencies and influencers, representation in administrative court proceedings relating to advertising), support for start-ups or conducting litigation (counselling, negotiations, representation before courts and authorities).

Lawyer Warsaw

If you run a business and are looking for a good lawyer in Warsaw, you have come to the right place. One of our team members is Anna Kupińska-Szczygielska, a lawyer dealing with data protection matters, start-ups and the law of new technologies. Her interests revolve around dynamic technological developments, e.g. machine learning, artificial intelligence, big data and their impact on business operations. She has a wealth of experience in intellectual property and well understands the challenges of implementing IT projects.

Attorney-at-law Warsaw

Attorneys-at-law working in our Warsaw office include Dorota Rzążewska and Anna Hoffman-Flatow. Dorota Rzążewska is an attorney-at-law who deals in particular with cases in the fields of commercial law, advertising law, construction and historic preservation law as well as services for foreigners. Anna Hoffman-Flatow supports the firm’s clients in activities related to labour law, tax law, economic and commercial law, competition and consumer law, as well as environmental protection matters.

How does JWP Law Firm in Warsaw work?

When you contact JWP Law Firm in Warsaw, you can expect a prompt and professional response, along with a range of services that are tailored to your specific needs and capabilities. You can contact us via the contact form, by email at, by telephone 48 22 436 05 07 or in person at our head office at 75 Minska Street in Warsaw. We are available for our clients from all over Poland and with electronic forms of communication, we can efficiently manage their cases regardless of the location of their business premises.
Once your request has been received, one of our experts will contact you to discuss the details of your case and the scope of collaboration. We are committed to providing our clients with professional support and guidance on the most appropriate course of action for their business. We handle a wide range of cases, from straightforward to highly complex, and therefore offer bespoke pricing and timescales for each order. It is important to note that there is no financial obligation incurred by you as a result of the request for quotation. If you are seeking a legal partner that is efficient, reliable and trustworthy, we invite you to contact us today.