Poland: Pole position
With several international firms bolstering their presence in the central and eastern Europe (CEE) region of late, Poland's independent law firms have had reason to watch nervously over their shoulders.Over the last few months, international firm DLA Piper has been hiring aggressively in Poland: in November it recruited Agnieszka Lechman-Filipiak from Linklaters to head its Polish employment practice, while the previous month it poached a team of seven tax law advisers from Deloitte's Warsaw office. "The team's hire is part of a strategic effort to expand our tax practice across Europe," says DLA's Europe Middle East
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