supporting decision makers

Welcome to JP Weber

For  over  12  years,  JP  Weber  has  been  supporting  international  investors  in  their  Poland  based investment - related  operations  as  well  as  their  day-to-day  tax  and  legal  dealings.  We  employ  over  60 investment  and  tax  advisors  as  well  as  lawyers  who  provide  services  to  Clients  at  our  Wrocław  and Warsaw offices. From office in Berlin we support Polish companies in their international expansion.  

We have a pleasure to invite you to become acquainted with our team, our experience and our approach. 

Pro-innovative services of business-related institutions for SME
SUBSIDIES will be granted to enterprises for the implementation of pro-innovative advisory services on innovation and innovation support services. more
Important Changes Coming to Fixed-Term Employment Contracts
On 26 June 2015, an amendment to the Labour Code was passed by the Parliament, significantly changing the regulations so far in force as regards concluding fixed-term employment contracts. more
Changes to Taxes and Local Fees
Payers of taxes and local fees should analyse the changes to regulations to enter into force in the nearest future. more

Sector analyses and the assessment of the investment attractiveness of the Wrocław Agglomeration

Innovative portal for investors


The international conference M&A WORLDWIDE ACQUISITION AND INVESTMENT FORUM has finished. The Forum saw almost 150 representatives of companies and organisations, including 50 M&A experts hailing from 40 countries, who discussed global trends in the area of mergers and acquisitions, as well as key aspects of cross-border transactions. more

Second Edition of Educational Campaign "For a Better Data Flow - Practise Effective Capital Transactions"

The first edition of the campaign resulted in the development of the Code of Good Transaction Practices, whose universal recommendations aim to cater for the needs of all participants in the transaction market. This year, trade-specific recommendations for restructuring processes will be developed. more