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Poland

Mariusz Marecki

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PwC

Al. Armii Ludowej 14

00-638 Warsaw

Poland


Tel: +48 519 50 4787

Email: mariusz.marecki@pl.pwc.com

Website: www.pwc.pl

Mariusz Marecki, PwC, is a licensed tax adviser in the tax litigation department with more than 20 years' experience in tax and fiscal law.

Before joining PwC in 1994, Mariusz worked as the head of the indirect tax office in the Treasury Department in Warsaw. He specialises in various aspects of tax-related litigation against tax and customs authorities. His key areas of expertise are VAT proceedings.

Mariusz represents clients in the course of administrative court proceedings, including representation at hearings in regional administrative courts and the Supreme Administrative Court in tax cases. His experience includes assistance in the enforcement proceedings. He supports clients from various industries, ranging from medium-sized enterprises to industry leading multinationals.

Mariusz is also the author of numerous tax publications. He graduated from the faculty of law and administration at the Warsaw University.

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