Europe must not waver in its support for the Ukraine and its people.
Changes in the Procedure for Implementing Strategic Investments: an Acceleration or a Restriction of the Rights of the Parties to the Procedure
We are checking whether the new regulations comply with EU law and whether they will be upheld.
How to sell shares in a company correctly, whilst avoiding running the risk of having the transaction invalidated.
Third-party funding is becoming more common in Europe, both in litigation and arbitration.
On 21 March, we will examine the practical aspects of the process of setting up and organising a family foundation, taking a closer look at specific problems and the current tax case law in this area. We invite you to join us for this discussion.
What an EU small-scale nuclear industry can expect?
Money is King. This is especially true in M&A transactions, which are primarily 'for the money'. In this context, the valuation of a company being sold, i.e. the way of setting the share price and any post-purchase adjustments, is crucial.
Exoneration of a management board member from joint and several liability: the implications for businesses of a judgment of the Provincial Administrative Court in Wroclaw
How to avoid joint and several liability for a company’s tax debts?
Any small and medium-sized enterprise wishing to file a trade mark and/or design application can be reimbursed up to EUR 1,000.
We look at whether Polish law, as it currently stands, offers any protection against SLAPPs.
CHAMBERS GLOBAL 2024: A spectacular rise for the Dispute Resolution Practice and even stronger individual recommendations
For the first time, our Dispute Resolution Practice has been ranked in a select group of the most highly recommended in the ‘Dispute Resolution’ area. This means that it is truly world class in every aspect of its work.
Company representatives must be aware that if they carry out a transaction without the consent required by the articles of association and this results in a loss/damage to the company’s assets, they may be held liable for damages to the company.
The 8th of January saw the submitting to the Sejm of a further bill on the protection of whistleblowers. The bill is intended to implement Directive 2019/1937 of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) of 23 October 2019.
Aneta Serowik and Witold Głuchowski – new Partners who prove that in business you can always go higher, further and stronger
Entrepreneurs need proven advisors and partners who speak their language, are able to adapt solutions to the specific needs of a particular business and are not afraid to challenge the status quo. Because the goal is always the same. To change the world for the better.
WTR 1000 2024: Promotions for Karolina Marciniszyn and the Intellectual & Industrial Property Practice
The results of the World Trademarks Review 1000 2024 ranking, which identifies the world's leading IP firms and practitioners, have just been released.