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Pawel Rymarz recommended by Who’s Who Legal

1 June 2020

In the newest edition of Who’s Who Legal ranking, Pawel Rymarz, the managing partner of Rymarz Zdort has been recognised among the group of experts in the M&A and Governance category.

Recognitions in the M&A and Governance category are awarded to leading specialists in the field of corporate law, whose experience distinguishes them on the international market, and whose expertise covers a wide spectrum of consultancy.

Pawel Rymarz has been recognised as one of the leading lawyers in Poland for corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and transactions on capital markets. He has advised on the largest acquisitions and privatizations in numerous domestic and international public offerings of securities and private equity transactions, as well as in the restructuring of many major Polish capital groups. For years, he has been awarded by international legal rankings, such as Chambers & Partners, The Legal 500, IFLR1000, PLC Which Lawyer? and Expert Guides, as well as national rankings maintained by the daily Rzeczpospolita and by the Polish edition of Forbes as one of the best lawyers in Poland in the field of mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and corporate law and company law, capital markets (in the area of equity markets and debt securities), restructuring and bankruptcy law, energy and natural resources, telecommunications law as well as media law and new technologies.

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