About us

Competence. Experience. Flexibility

Among APlaw Artur Piechocki’s Clients above all are companies operating in the TMT sector including E-commerce, cybersecurity and privacy protection as well as Clients from other sectors such as real estate, healthcare, food, chemical and cosmetics.

Thanks to cooperation with clients from various geographical regions, mainly Europe, Russia, Japan and China, we can tailor our services to various legal needs and cultural challenges. Our Spanish Desk provides legal services to Spanish Clients planning investments or currently active on the Polish market. We also advise Russian Clients via our Russian Desk. This gives our Clients more security during their decision-making processes, and a broader view of the international aspects of their investments and projects.

Our current events and publications

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Artur Piechocki a speaker at the seminar “Electronic document workflow and management”

06.06.2017 The next edition of the seminar “Electronic document workflow and management” is organised by KSI Konferencje on 6 June 2017 at the Businessman Institute in Warsaw. Artur Piechocki will speak about: “The role of documents in a legal environment of a company“: Classification of documents according to their priority and importance Particular role of…

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Artur Piechocki was appointed to the Council at the Internet Domain Arbitration Court at the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications (PIIT)

28.04.2017 On 28 April 2017 Artur Piechocki was appointed as a member of the Council at the Internet Domain Arbitration Court at the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications (Polska Izba Informatyki i Telekomunikacji – PIIT). The meeting was held for the 13th term for 2017-2019, and was opended by Mr. Michał Jaworski –…

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Artur Piechocki in Dziennik Gazeta Prawna “Joint-stock company more transparent”

22.02.2017 Transparent joint-stock companies with their own websites. Each joint-stock company (there are nearly 10,000 in Poland) must have an internet domain and keep it updated – this arises from the new project prepared by the Ministry of Justice. The Ministry argues that thanks to the the new regulations, the business will be more transparent. At the moment, all data…