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Dominika Kaczmarek
Mariusz Kowolik
Attorney at Law
Jacek Ziembińki

Administrative Law Department

Lawyers of the Administrative Law Department specialise in all aspects of building law, the provision of legal services for public administration bodies and client representation services in proceedings pending beforeProvincial Administrative Courts and the Supreme Administrative Court.

The Administrative Law Department offers full-service legal supportin the following matters:

  • Developer’s construction projects
  • Road building projects
  • Line projects
  • Projects related to the construction of outdoor advertisement facilities
  • Construction projects that involve cell towers
  • Projects that involve the construction of wind power stations and farms, sewage treatment plants, landfills, water treatment plants
  • Re-zoning fees and betterment levies
  • Environmental constraints of building permits
  • Representation of former owners and legal successors of former owners of so‑called “Warsaw Properties” in proceedings brought to recovertheirlegal titles or to obtain compensation in lieu of lost titles
  • Defence in cases of land use violations
  • Veterans’ cases
  • Cases that involve revocation of firearms licenses
  • Spatial planning and development
  • Cases concerning entries onto the Register of Historical Monuments
  • Fines for violations of road haulage laws, applications for the use of a road’s right-of-way and other legal issues connected with road haulage and shipment and enforcement proceedings
  • Cases concerning environmental protection and water management
  • Cases concerning public roads and transportation;
  • Cases concerning confirmation of the right to compensation for the properties left outside the present borders of Poland, or “property left beyond the Bug River”
  • Cases concerning expropriation and communalisation of property
  • Cases concerning land consolidation and exchange
  • Cases related to land surveys and cartography
  • Citizenship, registry of briths and deaths, names, surnames and vital records including registration of residence and changes of a permanent address
  • Matters concerning foreigners in Poland
  • Official relationships concerning, among other things,tied accommodation forpublic officials, and payments of financial compensationin the absence of tied accommodation, as well as compensation for terminatedemployment
  • Cases that involve conferrals of academic degrees and titles and the confirmation of the equivalency of foreign diplomas, certificates and titles
  • Cases of personal data protection
  • Cases of medical malpractice and occupational diseases
  • Industrial property protection
  • Licences for the sale of alcoholic beverages
  • Cases of geological and mining law