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02.03.2021 On 19 February 2021, the Senate (upper house) passed the Act amending the Act on Trading in Financial Instruments and Certain Other Acts, which introduces long-awaited rules for the run off of UK insurers' policies following Brexit.
26.01.2021 The value of the Polish public procurement market is about PLN 200 billion per year. On 1 January 2021, a new law regulating public procurement comes into force: the New Public Procurement Law (the NPPL).
11.12.2020 Poland was ranked third best country in which to invest in the postCOVID “new normal” by the New York-based CEOWorld Magazine.
05.11.2020 The legal protection of artificial intelligence in EU law is one of the European Union's current challenges. The rapid development of AI seems to require that certain regulations be adopted.
05.11.2020 In Polish law, there are at present no regulations on corporate groups. There is, admittedly, a sparce regulation on group contracts.
21.07.2020 On 16 July 2020, the highest European court – the Court of Justice of the EU (the CJEU) dealt a significant blow to the instruments identified to improve the transfer of data outside the EU.
30.06.2020 Tomasz Darowski looks at several Polish common court judgments and the interesting examples they present of how certain prerequisites are interpreted in the realities of the modern construction market in the European Union.
17.06.2020 We are pleased to inform that the International Comparative Legal Guides has published Fintech 2020 report. Our experts prepared the Polish chapter of the publication.
16.06.2020 Recently Poland was ranked 3. among the best countries to invest in post-COVID ‘new normal’. High ranking position is a good starting point to make some prognosis concerning the Polish economy.
08.01.2020 Case C-285/18 Irgita, Judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union (4th Chamber) of 3 October 2019
22.11.2019 The report presents indicators that measure the laws, regulations and bureaucratic processes that affect farmers in 101 countries.
10.07.2018 Twenty fifth May 2018 has come sooner than we wanted and has gone equally quickly. The world did not stop turning, business did not grind to a halt, and the day did not end in disaster, despite the concerns of many.
14.06.2018 The Q&A gives a high level overview of key issues including pricing and state funding, manufacturing, marketing, clinical trials, advertising, labelling, and product recall and liability.
14.06.2018 The Q&A gives a high level overview of key issues including patents, trade marks, competition law, patent licensing, generic entry, abuse of dominance and parallel imports.
05.02.2018 We are pleased to inform that the International Financial Law Review has published 2018 Project Finance Report. Our experts prepared the Polish chapter of the publication.
17.01.2018 We are pleased to inform that the International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Tax has been published. The Polish chapter was written by Joanna Wierzejska and Tomasz Leszczewski.
15.12.2017 In September 2016, the Ministry of Energy announced a plan for the development of electromobility, with an initial draft act on electromobility and alternative fuels being announced on 27 April 2017.
15.12.2017 The main piece of EU legislation regulating the environmental impact of large industrial installations is Directive 2010/75/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 November 2010.
23.11.2017 The guide sets out the key considerations to take into account when drafting, updating and enforcing noncompete agreements and restrictive covenants in different jurisdictions in EMEA.
26.10.2017 We would like to present you the report on legal protection measures in EU countries. The study was prepared by the experts of The Public Procurement Law Association.
06.09.2017 We are a content partner of the "Countering corruption and fraud. System-based protection of whistleblowers" report prepared by Global Compact and Partners of the "Ethics Standard in Poland" Program.
01.09.2017 It is one of the favourite destination for Polish firms interested in doing business in Central Asia. However, there are some legal peculiarities that one should know when deciding to operate there.
01.07.2017 The Q&A gives a high level overview of key issues including pricing and state funding, manufacturing, marketing, clinical trials, advertising, labelling, and product recall and liability.
01.07.2017 The Q&A gives a high level overview of key issues including patents, trade marks, competition law, patent licensing, generic entry, abuse of dominance and parallel imports.
24.05.2017 The view established in EU Member States assumes that the level of personal data protection in EU Member States (and the EU as such) is much higher than that provided by the US legal system.
05.05.2017 What have been the trends over the past year or so in terms of deal activity in the project finance sector in your jurisdiction? An interview with Magdalena Skowronska and Tomasz Kalicki.
15.04.2017 31 countries and law firms provided input regarding the national franchise law in their respective country. The Poland overview of International Franchise Handbook was written by Marek Świątkowski.
10.04.2017 The guide addresses 5 key legal issues companies need to know when moving their people around Europe. The guide covers 22 countries. The Polish chapter was prepared by Magdalena Skwara.
01.11.2016 Overview of distribution and marketing of drugs law (pre-conditions for distribution, licensing, wholesale distribution, marketing to consumers and professionals and engagement with patient organisations).
01.11.2016 Overview of the regulatory framework for the commercialisation of medical products in Poland (requirements for drugs, medical devices, biological products and natural health products).
06.07.2016 Poland’s market economy has been developing rapidly over the last 30 years. Many Polish entrepreneurs have developed their businesses to grow from small initiatives to impressive sizes.
31.05.2016 The total value of the public procurement market in Poland is estimated at PLN 230 billion, with approx. PLN 140 billion being spent under procedures provided for in the Public Procurement Law.
30.03.2016 Assessing public procurement systems in 77 economies all over the world - the World Bank Report includes the Polish perspective with i.e. DZP law firm 's lawyers insight.
28.11.2015 Although the Central and Eastern Europe region is still suffering from instability, several countries have seen improved economic performance, Dominic Carman reports.
30.07.2015 Recent developments in IP field in Poland: The year 2014 marked a year of not-so-little change in terms of legal requirements towards marketing in general and online game marketing in particular.
16.03.2015 An influx of global firms and a rush of indie spin-offs has created an overcrowded legal market in Poland – and fees are suffering. “The market is very crowded,” agrees Krzysztof Zakrzewski.
11.12.2014 The legal practices of the Big 4 accounting firms are back … and growing quickly. This resurgence is obvious in CEE as well, and the confidence among and optimism of the regional heads suggest that their time has come.
28.10.2014 On Monday, 27 October, Gazeta Stołeczna organised a workshop on the reprivatisation of real estate in Warsaw used by schools and pre-schools.
15.10.2014 On 2013, the Arbitral Tribunal rendered an Award holding that Romania had violated the Bilateral Investment Treaty between Sweden and Romania by failing to ensure fair and equitable treatment.
01.09.2014 Welcome to our first edition of our “Investor guide to Europe”. This document is the result of a partnership between DTZ and Herbert Smith Freehills. The Polish chapter was written by Lech Żyżylewski.
30.06.2014 The Spanish Desk of the DZP has recently been distinguished in the Corporate/M&A – Foreign Desks category of the prestigious Chambers Global 2014 ranking.
17.03.2014 Local and international firms are scrapping for work in Europe’s ‘golden boy’. But the market is not without its risks, including from neighbour Ukraine.
05.01.2014 Technological advances make it ever more important to safeguard the right to personal data, which is enshrined in the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
01.12.2013 Data Protection has been gaining importance amongst the several fields of legislation that have an impact on the core activities of any kind of business and corporation.
15.06.2013 In this Article, I will examine a phenomenon that I refer to as the privacy paradox (or paradoxes, as I identify several of them). This phenomenon appears in the Euro-Atlantic discussion on privacy and personal data protection.
15.04.2013 Poland is on the verge of an important breakthrough. Over the next 20 years, we need to reform the healthcare system, making it ready to pick up demographic, economic and technological challenges of the future.
15.03.2013 Overview of the regulatory framework for the commercialisation of medical products in Poland (requirements for drugs, medical devices, biological products and natural health products).
14.03.2013 The latest reports about a data “leak” of some sixteen million land and mortgage register records raised some justified concerns and evoked a response from wide circles.
13.03.2013 There are less than six months until the introduction of several new legal requirements for both manufacturers and distributors of cosmetic products.
15.03.2012 Supervision of the insurance sector is the responsibility of the Financial Supervision Commission. The competences and duties of the Financial Supervision Commission are set forth in the Act of 21 July 2006 on Financial Market Supervision.
31.10.2011 The Polish Information and Foreign Investment Agency, the DZP law firm and the firm TPA Horwath have the pleasure of presenting a report on the subject of wind energy in Poland.
10.10.2011 The licensor uses a licence to grant the right to use that intellectual property to a third person. The licensee does't become the owner or holder of the right but merely acquires the right to use the intellectual property under the terms of the licence.
30.09.2011 This material is an extract first provided to Sweet & Maxwell for publication in "Hewitt on Joint Ventures" (5th edition, 2011) and is reproduced by agreement with the publishers.
30.08.2011 Significant changes in the area of international arbitration concerning the protection of foreign investments which have taken place during the last 30−40 years have influenced arbitration in Poland.
30.08.2011 It is understandable that the power of an arbitral tribunal to resolve disputes must result from the intention of the parties. In this respect Polish Code of Civil Procedure follows general global rules.
29.11.2010 We are pleased to present to you our Report on the Scale of Customs Seizures of Goods Suspected of Infringing Intellectual Property Rights in Poland and the EU written by lawyers in IP&TMT Practice.
05.11.2010 Has your country adopted a new separate law to implement the 17/2004/EC directive?
26.08.2010 The law on class action is one of this year’s most important legislative changes. It is unquestionably a step towards improving the efficiency of court proceedings and facilitating access to courts for people who cannot afford to start a lawsuit by themselves.
20.07.2010 Download the 2010 version of Poland. A place to live and work. This brochure is intended as a guide to help you acclimatize in Poland and to understand both different social and cultural conditions as well as legal and administrative regulations.
15.05.2010 Polish companies are regional heavyweights in terms of size but largely domestic in focus. A wave of listings and privatizations could change that.
08.05.2010 DZP law firm has been described as the leader in its field in Poland. What hard facts support this assertion? Krzysztof A. Zakrzewski, managing partner at the DZP law firm, talks to Beata Gołębiewska-Chęciak.
01.03.2010 Spanish developers have invested extensively in Poland. What has been the effect of the global crisis on this? Agata Demuth, a partner at DZP law firm, talks to Beata Gołębiewska-Chęciak.
08.02.2010 Download the 2010 version of Doing Business in Poland. The aim of this publication is to familiarise potential investors with the basics of the Polish business environment.
07.02.2010 Marcin Krakowiak, a partner at DZP, a law firm that includes a Japanese desk—a team of professionals specialized in providing legal advice to Japanese companies operating in Poland—talks to Beata Gołębiewska-Chęciak
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