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Winner of

Law firm of the year: Central Europe

Maruta Wachta

Warsaw-based Maruta Wachta wins at The Lawyer European Awards for the second year running following a stellar set of growth figures, repeating its 2017 turnover increase of nearly 50 per cent in 2018. With clients that include the biggest energy groups in Poland, including RWE/Innogy, PGE and Energa; three of the biggest mobile operators including Orange and Polkmotel; and a raft of insurers, top retailers and IT companies, Maruta Wachta has established itself as an independent powerhouse in Poland.

Its major focus is in technology, digital business and data and it offers innovative pricing models for clients across the board. The firm has recently bolstered its sector specialism by further investing in corporate and litigation capability, and it has reaped the benefits of partnership with universities by attracting top talent, an initiative praised by the judges, who also commended its ‘very strong financials’ and ‘impressive growth and client list, one to watch for the future’.  

 

Highly commended: Wolf Theiss

Central European heavyweight Wolf Theiss, bolstered its bench in Warsaw, Prague and Budapest with notable lateral hires in 2017-18, and continued to work on many of the region’s top deals. The judges noted its strong showing on diversity and praised its mature initiatives on culture and development.

Shortlisted

BBH advokátní kancelář                                                                          

Kinstellar                                                                                                      

Lakatos, Köves & Partners                                                                    

PRK Partners                                                                                              

Schoenherr                                                                                                 

Wolf Theiss

Transactional

Winner of

Law firm of the year: Central Europe

Maruta Wachta

Warsaw-based Maruta Wachta wins at The Lawyer European Awards for the second year running following a stellar set of growth figures, repeating its 2017 turnover increase of nearly 50 per cent in 2018. With clients that include the biggest energy groups in Poland, including RWE/Innogy, PGE and Energa; three of the biggest mobile operators including Orange and Polkmotel; and a raft of insurers, top retailers and IT companies, Maruta Wachta has established itself as an independent powerhouse in Poland.

Its major focus is in technology, digital business and data and it offers innovative pricing models for clients across the board. The firm has recently bolstered its sector specialism by further investing in corporate and litigation capability, and it has reaped the benefits of partnership with universities by attracting top talent, an initiative praised by the judges, who also commended its ‘very strong financials’ and ‘impressive growth and client list, one to watch for the future’.  

 

Highly commended: Wolf Theiss

Central European heavyweight Wolf Theiss, bolstered its bench in Warsaw, Prague and Budapest with notable lateral hires in 2017-18, and continued to work on many of the region’s top deals. The judges noted its strong showing on diversity and praised its mature initiatives on culture and development.

Shortlisted

BBH advokátní kancelář                                                                          

Kinstellar                                                                                                      

Lakatos, Köves & Partners                                                                    

PRK Partners                                                                                              

Schoenherr                                                                                                 

Wolf Theiss

Organisational

Law firm of the year: Central Europe

Nov 8, 2018, 06:38 AM by Eugenie Hsieh

Warsaw-based Maruta Wachta wins at The Lawyer European Awards for the second year running following a stellar set of growth figures, repeating its 2017 turnover increase of nearly 50 per cent in 2018. With clients that include the biggest energy groups in Poland, including RWE/Innogy, PGE and Energa; three of the biggest mobile operators including Orange and Polkmotel; and a raft of insurers, top retailers and IT companies, Maruta Wachta has established itself as an independent powerhouse in Poland.

Its major focus is in technology, digital business and data and it offers innovative pricing models for clients across the board. The firm has recently bolstered its sector specialism by further investing in corporate and litigation capability, and it has reaped the benefits of partnership with universities by attracting top talent, an initiative praised by the judges, who also commended its ‘very strong financials’ and ‘impressive growth and client list, one to watch for the future’.  

 

Highly commended: Wolf Theiss

Central European heavyweight Wolf Theiss, bolstered its bench in Warsaw, Prague and Budapest with notable lateral hires in 2017-18, and continued to work on many of the region’s top deals. The judges noted its strong showing on diversity and praised its mature initiatives on culture and development.

Law Firm of The Year

Law firm of the year: Central Europe

Nov 8, 2018, 06:38 AM by Eugenie Hsieh

Warsaw-based Maruta Wachta wins at The Lawyer European Awards for the second year running following a stellar set of growth figures, repeating its 2017 turnover increase of nearly 50 per cent in 2018. With clients that include the biggest energy groups in Poland, including RWE/Innogy, PGE and Energa; three of the biggest mobile operators including Orange and Polkmotel; and a raft of insurers, top retailers and IT companies, Maruta Wachta has established itself as an independent powerhouse in Poland.

Its major focus is in technology, digital business and data and it offers innovative pricing models for clients across the board. The firm has recently bolstered its sector specialism by further investing in corporate and litigation capability, and it has reaped the benefits of partnership with universities by attracting top talent, an initiative praised by the judges, who also commended its ‘very strong financials’ and ‘impressive growth and client list, one to watch for the future’.  

 

Highly commended: Wolf Theiss

Central European heavyweight Wolf Theiss, bolstered its bench in Warsaw, Prague and Budapest with notable lateral hires in 2017-18, and continued to work on many of the region’s top deals. The judges noted its strong showing on diversity and praised its mature initiatives on culture and development.