The KZP team provides unique services in the field of international business transactions, international transport of goods, as well as advice covering both public and private law aspects of international trade in goods, services and trade-related aspects of intellectual property.
Our team consists of highly skilled professionals experienced in the field of World Trade Organization law, international trade practices, private international law, and international law related to maritime, land and air transport.
We provide services to domestic and foreign entities in all sectors of international trade. Our team also includes experts in the field of international commercial arbitration which means that we are ready to assist our clients at every stage of their case.
Moreover, our specialists have knowledge and experience within the scope of the Common Commercial Policy of the European Union, both in terms of trade agreements concluded by the EU with third countries, as well as unilateral measures (anti-dumping duties, countervailing duties, safeguard measures).
Thanks to our international experience, including inter alia limited membership in the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, we are able to advise at the creation, execution, and application of international trade agreement stages.
We provide the following services:
- Preparation and negotiation of draft agreements in accordance with international standards of trade agreements (UNIDROIT, the European rules of contracts)
- Preparation and negotiation of draft agreements on the international sale of goods in accordance with the provisions of the Vienna Convention on the International Sale of Goods
- Preparation and negotiation of draft agreements on the international transport of goods (INCOTERMS, Rotterdam rules)
- Representation of clients in the case of international commercial disputes, as well as in proceedings within the scope of World Trade Organization law (anti-dumping proceedings, proceedings regarding countervailing duties and trade protection measures)