September 05, 2017
In a strategic move demonstrating its strength in the real estate sector and Central European market, the Warsaw office of global law firm Greenberg Traurig has added 11 members to its already top-ranked practice. Highly regarded partner Jolanta Nowakowska-Zimoch, formerly head of real estate at the Warsaw office of Hogan Lovells, along with her award-winning team including partner Agata Jurek-Zbrojska, two local partners Małgorzata Madej-Balcerowska and Justyna Szwech, and seven associates, has joined the firm. Greenberg Traurig’s real estate team in Warsaw, now over 40 lawyers strong, will be led by Jolanta Nowakowska-Zimoch.
“I have been observing with great interest the development of Greenberg Traurig’s Real Estate Practice for the past two years and I know it will be a tremendously exciting experience to be a member of this team,” Jolanta Nowakowska-Zimoch said.
Jolanta Nowakowska-Zimoch brings more than 30 years of legal experience in real estate, focusing her practice on real estate transactions and financing of real estate projects. She has extensive experience in major transactions concerning commercial, office, and logistic properties and cross-border transactions. Her experience also includes arbitration proceedings in Poland.
“Since the prior significant addition of two top-tier real estate teams to the Warsaw office in 2015, Greenberg Traurig has created one of the largest and most diversified real estate practices in the region,” said Jarosław Grzesiak, managing partner of the firm’s Warsaw office.
“Adding this team to our already robust and top-rate practice is a tremendous win for us and for our clients who require a firm with a dynamic real estate presence,” added Lejb Fogelman, the office’s Senior Partner.
“Our firm is built upon our commitment to strategic growth, excellence in client service, and a desire to make a positive contribution to the legal profession and the communities in which we operate. Having a team that exemplifies these traits join our Warsaw office is a great honor for us,” said Richard A. Rosenbaum, Executive Chairman of Greenberg Traurig.