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Compliance 360

Organizations wishing to build a competitive advantage must constantly monitor and adapt to the evolving regulatory framework. It becomes particularly crucial in the era of rapid technology development and an unstable macroeconomic situation, contributing to changes in the law at a national and EU level.

What is Compliance 360?

Legal compliance means adapting an organization to legal requirements. Compliance 360 ​​is not only compliance with legal requirements but also with certain accepted standards of conduct, industry regulations and principles of ethical conduct. Our team provides comprehensive advice on adapting the organization to these standards.

What makes us stand out?

B2RLaw’s multidisciplinary Compliance 360 practice brings together lawyers who have extensive knowledge and experience in consulting to corporates in the field of national and EU law.

Our team members understand key trends of the modern economy. On a daily basis, they advise companies from many industries, such as: new technologies, energy, finance, industrial, construction, real estate, FMCG, media, defense and the pharmaceutical industry.

Our goal is to provide our clients with the comfort necessary to make difficult decisions efficiently by ensuring effective internal procedures, compliance with the law and internal regulations. We design tailor-made risk prevention mechanisms, focusing on the business, structure, culture and needs of a client. We advise on the definition, implementation and development of mechanisms necessary to prevent violations of the law and avoid potential liability. We plan and carry out internal audits as a preventive or reactive measure in the event of identifying a risk situation.

Our lawyers have extensive cross-border experience and knowledge of international standards and requirements in the area of ​​compliance.


Corporate governance

  • conducting audits
  • preparation of regulations of advisory bodies and committees
  • preparation of an action plan for individual authorities
  • organization and conducting trainings
  • Compliance Officer outsourcing
  • developing anti-corruption procedures
  • development of AML procedures
  • recommendation of procedures compliant with financial market regulations (MAR)
  • support in the preparation and implementation of procedures, ESG strategies


  • preparation of procedures for the requirements of the Act on the protection of whistleblowers
  • handling of the irregularity reporting channel
  • conducting explanatory proceedings
  • recommendation of the appropriate software vendor

IT, e-commerce and Cybersecurity

  • developing procedures for the provision of electronic services
  • preparation of procedures according to GDPR requirements
  • developing cybersecurity procedures
  • developing regulations, policies, marketing approvals, information clauses


  • conducting internal investigations
  • assistance in proceedings regarding inspections and searches, including those conducted by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection
  • preparation of instructions in the event of an inspection
  • protection against committing economic crimes (KKG)
  • antitrust audits

Preparation of senior management

  • protection against negative consequences of decisions (Head’s Safe Box)
  • training of the board and managers, including in the area of ​​competition protection and AML
  • verification of draft decisions and resolutions carrying risk:
  • for failure to fulfil official duties,
  • for breach of powers,
  • about the lack of due diligence
  • about a conflict of interest


  • carrying out tax reviews and audits including verification of compliance with tax law obligations
  • development, verification and implementation of tax procedures
  • trainings in the area of ​​proper fulfilment of obligations resulting from tax law
  • support in the implementation of forms of cooperation with the tax administration (cooperative compliance)
  • preparation of opinions on tax law
  • preparation of applications for individual interpretations, protective opinions, binding information and other forms of expressing a position by tax authorities in matters of taxpayers;
  • reporting of tax schemes
  • assistance in proceedings and controls regarding the proper fulfilment of obligations under tax law
  • preparation of information about the tax strategy






JSW Group

Daily corporate advice to the largest producer of high-quality hard coking coal and a major producer of coke in the European Union. Advice on the adaptation of companies from the JSW Capital Group, operators of key services, to the requirements of the Act on the National Cyber Security System. Adaptation to the requirements of GDPR of 13 companies of the Group.

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Company from the financial and accounting industry

Advising a company from the financial and accounting industry on provisions of the Anti-Money Laundering Act, including the preparation of AML procedures.

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A company from the fuel and energy sector

Preparation and supervision of an environmental audit conducted on the production plant of an entity from the fuel and energy sector.

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Daily corporate advice to the software development company, one of the largest IT companies in Scandinavia, with a growing presence in Poland of nearly 150 employees.

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Daily corporate advice to the global healthcare group, originating from Belgium, specialising in care for the elderly.

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Electric bike company

Advising on adapting a business to the requirements of the Polish tax system, as well as tax support in the import of electric bicycles into the European Union.

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Johnson Matthey

Daily corporate advice to the UK listed global science and chemicals company, which is a leader in sustainable technologies worldwide. Johnson Matthey has a significant presence in Poland with one large production facility and further in development.

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Tech company

Implementation of procedures for applying tax incentives for innovative activities for a company from the IT sector.

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Electric bike company

Advising on adapting a business to the requirements of the Polish tax system, as well as tax support in the import of electric bicycles into the European Union.

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4fun Media Group

Providing legal services to companies from 4fun Media Group (4fun Media S.A. / Bridge2Fun Sp. z o.o. / Cupsell Sp. z o.o. / Screen Network S.A.) concerning non-material property rights (in particular copyright, related rights, protection of image and personal rights), as well as acts of unfair competition.

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LOT Polish Airlines

Support in implementation of the comprehensive documentation and strategy for personal data protection for the Polish flag carrier airline, Polskie Linie Lotnicze „LOT” S.A.

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Providing ongoing legal services, including adapting the company to the requirements of GDPR.

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A leading European food producer

Revision and consultancy in the implementation of new VAT procedures for chain transactions within the European Union and in exports for one of the leading European groups producing food.

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Our firm consists of nearly 60 people, including lawyers, tax experts and support staff specialising in a range of key practice areas and industry sectors, and located in three offices in Poland.

Bartłomiej Jankowski

Managing Partner at B2RLaw Warsaw

Rafał Stroiński

Managing Partner at B2RLaw Warsaw

Luiza Wyrębkowska

Counsel Warsaw

Roman Iwański

Partner Warsaw

Agnieszka Hajos – Iwańska

Partner Krakow

Paulina Milewska – Mróz

Senior Associate Katowice

Paulina Wyrostek

Counsel Krakow

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