The world revolves around new technologies, so our new issue is all about innovation, artificial intelligence and invention. And of course, we look at how the law is dealing with them.
Rafał Rapala and Patrycja Wakuluk argue that sound investment agreements can ensure a successful, long-term partnership for both start-ups and the investors who support them.
Jakub Dittmer and Jan Janukowicz point out that innovative companies can also benefit from tax relief, and @Tomasz Szambelan reminds us that even the most cutting-edge companies must take care of their trademarks, or end up like OpenAI, which is already facing its first copyright infringement lawsuits from authors. So Mateusz Koc and Bartłomiej Galos look for an answer to the question of whether the forthcoming EU directive will resolve these issues.
For the EU will also regulate the so-called high-risk area, which includes decisions on hiring, promotion or dismissal that have a direct impact on our lives and is reviewed by MagdalenaNurzyńska-Sawicka.
And if you want to know more about the relationship between new technology, law and finance, start with the article by @Jan Ziomek, our new Head of FinTech in the New Technologies Sector Practice. It’s worth it.