We believe that specialization in a particular field of law and diligence in the conduct of matters is the basis of our Customers' sense of security.
Therefore, we only deal with areas of law, which we like, know and understand.
Our experience and practice in this area of law include the construction process, and in particular matters concerning building permits, occupancy permits, deviations from the approved construction project, illegal construction, changes in usage of the construction facility and technical conditions to be met by buildings.
Many issues concerning the construction law are presented on Damian Buniak's blog: www.prawobudowlane-blog-buniak.pl
This is an area of law which is directly related to the construction process. Our practice is focused in this area mainly on issues related to adopting or cancellation of local zoning plans and issues related to decisions about zoning. Our practice is focused in this area mainly on issues related to adopting or cancellation of local zoning plans and issues related to decisions about zoning. As in the case of construction law, many issues in the field of zoning laws are presented on Damian Buniak's blog: www.prawobudowlane-blog-buniak.pl
Since the beginning of the Office we provide our legal assistance to entrepreneurs, both in the form of permanent legal services, as well as in the framework of matters outsourced to us. We represent entrepreneurs in proceedings before courts and public administration authorities, as well as provide for them legal assistance in the form of legal advice, associated in particular with the payment of claims, contract security, the formal operation of the company, or the rights and obligations of workers and employers.
The Environmental Law is an area of law whose
requirements affect many business people and are directly linked to
economic activity or construction process. In this regard, we deal with,
inter alia, the law related to environmental decisions (on
environmental conditions), integrated permits, permits required by Water
Law Act, waste management, payments for use of the environment, fees
for placing electrical equipment on the market, pollution of water, air
and soil, and noise.