Siemiatkowski & Davies
Founded in 2005 by two highly experienced commercial lawyers, Siemiątkowski & Davies is a unique law firm - a partnership between a Polish lawyer and a UK lawyer who have both worked as partners for a significant number of years in the Polish office of a top international law firm. They have a combined total of 28 years of experience in major transactions and investments in Poland and the CEE region.Siemiątkowski & Davies is an independent law firm, free of allegiances or law firm groupings. Our philosophy is to provide a personalised service and for that service to be provided by the partners, acting as trusted advisors.The office is located in the centre of Warsaw in one of the most elegant and prestigious streets close to the historic heart of the city and adjacent to the royal parks. Siemiątkowski & Davies work primarily in the following areas:- Corporate and commercial transactions- Real estate- Private equity- Projects- Public private partnerships- Litigation and arbitrationSiemiątkowski & Davies believe that a pro bono element to their practice is important.In early 2005, within 2 weeks after the Tsunami hit Sri Lanka, Michael Davies was part of a small team sponsored by the International Development Law Organisation of Rome, Italy ("IDLO") to visit Sri Lanka and the affected areas. The purpose of the visit was to assess the legal needs of the surviving victims of the Tsunami. Following the visit, a detailed report was prepared for IDLO and submitted to the international community with the aim of raising funds for the legal aid needs of the victims in rebuilding their lives.In May 2005 Michael Davies taught a course at IDLO on drafting and negotiating international commercial loan agreements for lawyers taking part in the Development Lawyers Course, an annual course run at IDLO. He taught a similar course at IDLO for Sri Lankan judges in August 2005.In November 2005, Michael Davies spent two weeks in Jakarta, Indonesia in a programme sponsored by the United Nations Institute for Training and Research and The Australian Agency for International Development advising and assisting Government officials (primarily from the Ministry of Finance) on the drafting of a law dealing with foreign loans and grants. The purpose was to provide information, experience and documentation on international best practice relating to sovereign debt management legislation and to give guidance on how the Indonesian law might be formulated.

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