Michal Andruszkiewicz Becomes New Head of CMS Poznan

Michal Andruszkiewicz Becomes New Head of CMS Poznan

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CMS Counsel Michal Andruszkiewicz has been appointed the new head of the firm’s Poznan office, replacing Partner Wojciech Koczara, who steps down from the role after eight years but will continue to work from the firm's Warsaw office.

The Poznan office of CMS, which opened in 2012, “specializ[es] in providing advisory services to clients from the energy and fuel, chemical, and real property sectors.”

According to CMS, Andruszkiewicz "specializes in advising clients from the energy and chemical sectors. For 12 years he has been providing comprehensive assistance to clients in relation to a wide range of legal issues connected with business operations." He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. Prior to joining CMS in 2011, he spent almost a year with Zanthier and almost three years with Wardynski & Partners.

“I am glad that Michal Andruszkiewicz agreed to take over the role of leader of our Poznan office,” said Andrzej Posniak, Managing Partner of CMS Poland. “We plan to strengthen the team in Poznan and we are looking for opportunities to expand the office to include new practice areas. Michal’s excellent acumen of the Poznan market will be very useful in pursuing that task. At the same time, I would like to thank Wojciech for establishing and developing the branch in Poznan from the very beginning."