Brighton&Wood provides specialist consulting services in the area of law, taxes, payroll accounting and outsourcing services to European and Asian companies posting employees abroad and to companies employing foreigners in Europe.

This is the niche Law Firm on the market involved exclusively in cross-border employment.

Brighton&Wood's lawyers are the authors of over 200 publications on cross-border employment, including comments to European social security regulations and new European labour law regulations.

Brighton&Wood's team consists not only of talented and very experienced trial lawyers (solicitors and legal advisors), but also young and very qualified associates, who until recently have held functions in agencies and institutions controlling companies posting employees abroad.

In the years 2008-2012, over 250 companies posting their employees abroad took advantage of the services provided by Brighton&Wood.


President of the Chamber of Polish Employers (, arbitrator in the Permanent Arbitration Court at IPP, Managing Partner in Brighton&Wood Law Firm (, author of over 100 books and articles on cross-border employment. On a daily basis, he implements modern forms of cross-border employment, and especially various arrangements of cross-border temporary employment and new models of posting employees abroad within the frameworks of service provision. He provides consultation services to the leading European exporters of services and the most thriving European temporary employment agencies. Leading global temporary employment agencies and the largest European industrial enterprises take advantage of Tomasz Major's solutions in the area of global and cross-border employment as well as trans-European posting of workers. Since 2001 Tomasz Major advice the Polish service providers which sent the polish workers abroad on their activities in different European markets. Tomasz Major has the practical knowledge on the current administrative and control practice in different European countries concerning the activities of Polish companies. In 2011-2012 Tomasz Major advised more than 180 Polish companies sending the workers to the different countries of the European Union and to the EEA countries.

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