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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.
12.11.2020 The subject of this analysis is to examine how, from legal perspective, strategic issues have been addressed in a document entitled Cybersecurity of 5G networks.
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
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