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Garrigues in Poland
September 3, 2008   
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The Spanish firm Garrigues, founded in 1941, has for many years been the largest law firm in the Iberian Peninsula. Besides a network of 25 offices in Spain, Garrigues also has its own offices in London, New York, Brussels, Shanghai, Lisbon, Oporto, Casablanca as well as Warsaw and Bucharest. The company employs more than 2,000 lawyers all over the world.

Last year, the company opened its office in Warsaw. Poland was an obvious option because it is the largest country in the region with the biggest investment potential.

Garrigues' management perceives Poland as a base for further expansion in Central and Eastern Europe. More and more companies with Spanish capital are now operating in Poland, using the services of the Spanish law firm. But the professionalism of Garrigues attracts the attention of companies not only from Spain but also from Poland. Garrigues highly values its relationships with Polish clients and would like to continue to increase their number.

The Garrigues office in Warsaw specializes in real estate, mergers and acquisitions, public-private partnership and alternative energies.

After more than a year of activity on the Polish market there are now 16 Polish lawyers and two Spanish ones in the Warsaw office. The most important projects the Warsaw office worked on last year include: providing advice to one of the biggest Spanish banks in Poland on opening a department here; advice on the purchase and finance of commercial real estate and significant development projects across Poland; proposals on the structure of projects for wind turbine power plants.
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