Piotr Fedorowicz is an advocate admitted to practice in Poland, and a partner in the corporate department and the real estate practice of Rymarz Zdort.
He graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University of Warsaw in 2010, and also completed a course in US law at the Center for American Law Studies co-organised by the University of Warsaw and the University of Florida Levin College of Law. He qualified as an advocate and was admitted to practice in 2014.
He is a transactional lawyer responsible for advising clients from the commercial property sector. He has in-depth corporate and M&A knowledge, with a particular focus on office, warehouse and retail property projects. Piotr specialises in complex joint ventures and cross-border transactions, as well as in commercial and civil law. His clients primarily comprise foreign investors, private equity funds, asset managers and developers, to whom he provides oversight and comprehensive assistance in acquisitions and disposals. Piotr provides pragmatic, solution-driven and realisable legal strategies and solutions to his clients for the development, permitting, acquisition, commercialisation and operation of and exit from investments in commercial real estate.
Piotr was the leading counsel of the seller in a transaction concerning the disposal of a 75% stake in EPP, being a real estate investment company, for EUR 1.5 billion, awarded the Deal of the Decade Award (2006-2016) by the prestigious Property EU competition. At the time, EPP’s commercial platform comprised 18 office and retail properties in Poland.
Piotr has particular knowledge of the logistics, commercial and office space sectors. Over the last four years, he has advised on development of over 700,000 sqm of warehouses, disposal of over 640,000 sqm of office space and 620,000 sqm of retail space, all located in Poland and elsewhere in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE).
Throughout over a decade of work, he has conducted more than 50 transactions with a total volume exceeding EUR 3.5 billion.