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14.12.2021 In the October issue of the CEE Legal Matters, Tomasz Darowski, Partner from the Infrastructure and Energy Practice, analyzes what the future might hold for the PPP model in Poland.
14.12.2021 In issue 8.9 of the CEE Legal Matters Magazine, Marek Świątkowski, Partner from the Corporate and M&A Practice, described the situation of the Polish legal market in 2021 in the context of last year's concerns related to the ongoing pandemic.
06.10.2021 The podcasts "The Clean Energy" are talks about the renewable energy market and its prospects. Andrew Petry discussed with Rafał Hajduk, Partner from DZP’s Infrastructure and Energy Practice.
12.07.2021 This article analyses the European Commission (EC) Notice on tools to fight collusion in public procurement and on guidance on how to apply the related exclusion ground of 15 March 2021.
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.
01.02.2021 One of the first steps that should be taken by an investor before purchasing real property or an enterprise that owns real property is a legal audit of the real property to be purchased, i.e. a due diligence.
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).
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