Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek Awarded the Nicolaus Copernicus Medal by the PBA

The Polish Bank Association awarded the Nicolaus Copernicus Medal to Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek, Partner in charge of the Employment Law practice at Dentons’ Warsaw office, in recognition of her commitment and contribution to the banking self-regulatory organization.

The medal acknowledges individuals for their outstanding contribution to the dynamic growth and security of the Polish banking system. The awards ceremony was held on 5 October 2016 at the Banker’s Club (Klub Bankowca) in Warsaw at the Annual Meeting of HR and Personnel Training Directors.

Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek is a recognized legal practitioner specializing in employment and corporate law. She has extensive experience in individual and collective employment law, employment restructuring, group layoffs, banking sector payroll systems and employment aspects of corporate transactions. She is valued by banking clients for her expertise in remuneration programs for bank management. She is also experienced in the interpretation and application of legal regulations incorporating the CRD3 and CRD4 Directives into the Polish legal system.

For many years Aleksandra Minkowicz-Flanek has been placed highly in international legal rankings. Legal directions, such as Chambers Europe, Legal 500 and Best Lawyers recommend her in the field of Employment and Labor Law. In 2015 she was awarded with the ILO Client Choice Award.

“The Nicolaus Copernicus Medal is a huge distinction awarded by the Polish Bank Association to persons contributing to the development of the banking sector. We are proud that Aleksandra was honored in this way. This is a mark of appreciation for her expertise and commitment, as well as a confirmation of the excellent reputation she enjoys among our clients and business partners. I am glad that Dentons is able to provide our clients with the services of the most respected and talented lawyers out there,” said Arkadiusz Krasnodębski, Managing Partner of Dentons Poland.

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