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New Partners and New Department at BSJP in Poland

New Partners and New Department at BSJP in Poland

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Partners Ewa Boryczko and Marcin Kroll have joined BSJP Brockhuis Jurczak Prusak Sroka Nilsson, and Maciej Kuropatwinski has been promoted to Limited Partner by the firm.

Ewa Boryczko joins from BMSP Boryczko Malinowska & Partners Legal Advisors, where she was Managing Partner. She specializes in providing legal advisory services to entrepreneurs using the French language. She advises on issues related to the establishment of companies and their mergers, divisions, and transformations, as well as within the range of restructuring of capital groups and holdings.

With Boryczko joining the team, BSJP also announced the establishment of a new specialization a the firm, BSJP French, which will provide support to French entities operating in Poland and Polish companies doing business in France.

Marcin Kroll, who was a Partner at Act BSWW before joining BSJP, specializes in Intellectual Property law. He is also a patent attorney and a representative before the European Union Intellectual Property Office in respect to trademarks and designs. He also advises on Advertising law, E-commerce, and Commercial law. In addition to Act BSWW, he has worked at Hasik, Winski & Partners, Schoenherr, Jamka & Topolski, and Dewey & LeBoeuf. 

Maciej Kuropatwinski, advises on investment projects and transactions. He also specializes in litigation in the areas of energy, real estate, and commercial law. Before joining BSJP in 2009 he worked with Conway Advocaten & Attorney-at-Law, Allen & Overy, and Heuking Kuhn Luer Wojtek. Kuropatwinski also served as a legal specialist at the Human Rights Defender’s Office.