EU funds and public aid are frequently indispensable components of corporate growth strategies. The financial instruments obtained in this manner make it possible to build a competitive edge, among others, by enhancing innovation. Poland is presently one of the largest beneficiaries of EU funds. As lawyers, we advise businesses utilizing EU support throughout the lifetime of a project, starting from the conceptual phase until final completion. Our know-how poises us to lead clients through the overall process of sourcing funds and making the appropriate settlements in terms of the legal aspects. We provide assistance in the most complicated issues, such as the status of businesses, the formation of consortiums, purchase orders in projects and copyright transfer. We handle transactions involving entities holding EU grants. The knowledge and experience we have gleaned from solving tens of grant-related disputes are of great help in this field, including many cases forming precedents before domestic courts, the Constitutional Tribunal, the European Commission and the European Court of Auditors.