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Why our Law Firm?

The Law Firm's commitment to its Clients is to provide services at the highest level. We employ the best and most talented employees, and our lawyers work together to deliver the most effective product to our clients, with whom we want to handle all matters as partners, not just as service providers.

Robert Mikulski

Managing Partner

“Consistency of universal values and responsible action is a strong motivation in our daily work with clients. We create an environment in which innovation and experience allow us to carry out the most demanding tasks. This comprehensive view of the client allows us to see in him or her a man standing on the threshold of the digital revolution and more than ever it requires from us openness to teaching, critical thinking, perseverance, entrepreneurship and taking responsibility for others. Human touch is our motto.”

Team

We are a team of over a dozen experienced lawyers, perfectly prepared to provide comprehensive legal services for any type of business activity.

Specialisations

We are distinguished by a wide range of specializations, thanks to which our customers can always count on us, as well as gain an advantage over the competition acting locally, nationally and globally. Regardless of whether your case concentrates only on or exceeds our specializations. There are no borders for us. With your goal in mind, we work with trusted translators, experts and law firms around the world.

Landing hands

We support the charity activities of Rotary in Poland.

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Information obligation under Article 13 of the RODO

In accordance with Article 13 of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (text in Polish: Official Journal of the European Union, No 4.5.2016) (OPR), we inform you that:

a) the administrator of personal data is BRILLAW Kancelaria Radców Prawnych Mikulski & Partnerzy, 15 Adama Branickiego Street, 02-972 Warsaw

Contact details: BRILLAW Kancelaria Radców Prawnych Mikulski & Partnerzy, 15 Adama Branickiego Street, 02-972 Warsaw, tel. +48 22 840 57 57 57, fax. 22 427 59 79, e-mail: kancelaria@brillaw.pl

b) contact details: a.mazur@brillaw.pl, mailing address: ul. Adama Branickiego 15, 02-972 Warszawa.

c) personal data are processed in order to keep a register of correspondence (accepting correspondence and providing answers to it).

d) the processing of personal data is based on a legally justified purpose pursued by the data controller.

e) personal data will be transferred to other recipients, i.e.: technical service partners, business partners, telecommunication entrepreneurs, companies providing hosting and consulting services, document archiving companies, postal operators, carriers, companies printing correspondence or handling correspondence.

f) the period for which personal data will be stored: depending on the nature of the correspondence (e.g. correspondence related to claims or complaints, etc. up to 10 years, other correspondence – 1 year from the date of completion of the case to which the correspondence relates).

g) you have the right to request from the controller access to the personal data concerning yours, to rectify, erase or limit the processing or the right to object to the processing, unless the correspondence concerns the establishment, pursuit or defence of a claim.

h) a person whose data are processed has the right to lodge a complaint with the Polish supervisory authority or supervisory authority of another Member State of the European Union, competent for the place of habitual residence or work or for the place of alleged RODO infringement.

i) the provision of personal data is voluntary, but necessary in order to register the correspondence and answer it, as well as to settle the matter, if such correspondence contains an authorised request. In the case of failure to provide data, correspondence will not be processed.