Poland - Commercial Guide
Local Professional Services

Provides references to local service providers and other professional associations.

Last published date: 2019-10-13

The legal environment in Poland continues to evolve at a rapid pace and this is expected to continue. In general, law firms in Poland follow changes closely and most of them provide business counseling in addition to legal advice. Some firms are also experienced in helping their contacts find Polish business partners, investments or projects to pursue.  

American companies doing business in Poland are urged to obtain legal representation. This is particularly essential when bidding in a public tender, forming a joint venture, untangling a trade dispute establishing a representative office or incorporating a business in Poland. 

A U.S. exporter new to the Polish market may not initially need specialized legal, accounting, or consulting advice as it pursues potential partners.  It can, however, take comfort in knowing that expert advice is abundant and available in Poland, through the offices of U.S. and Polish law and consulting firms, when problems arise.   

Local service providers focusing on EU law, consulting, and business development can be viewed on the website maintained by the Commercial Service at the U.S. Mission to the European Union. 

Information on professional service providers in Poland is available upon request. Please send the request to  office.warsaw@trade.gov.