Dewey & LeBoeuf IP chief exits

January 4, 2008 The highly-rated head of IP at the Warsaw branch of Dewey & LeBoeuf has left the firm for a job in the Polish Government. Lukasz Redziniak departed from the firm at the end of last year, leaving Dewey’s respected local practice with eight partners. He is moving to the local Ministry of Justice, where he will oversee the various treaties that the country will implement. It is believed he could return to the firm at a later date. Redziniak has a strong client list of both local and international companies. These include: ADM International; SABMiller; PKN Orlen; Kulczyk Holding; and Fiat Avio.

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