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Deregulation of Wholesale Gas Prices in Poland
On 19 February 2013, the Energy Regulatory Office Chairman issued a statement on the exemption from the obligation to submit for approval wholesale natural gas market tariffs.
Deregulation of Wholesale Gas Prices in Poland
Changes in employment law in 2013
The most important changes this year are an increase in the minimum wage and elimination of certain notifications to the National Labour Inspectorate and the National Sanitary Inspectorate.
Changes in employment law in 2013
The Developers Act and its impact on the real estate market in Poland
The Act on Protection of Rights of Buyers of Residential Units and Single-Family Houses of 16 September 2011—popularly known as the “Developers Act”—went into effect recently.
The Developers Act and its impact on the real estate market in Poland
Poland: legislative amendments could help to better enforce cessation claims under IP law
A problem in protecting intellectual property rights was ensuring the effectiveness of court orders that infringement of those rights cease; a proprietor did not have fully effective measures to be able to enforce such an order.
Poland: legislative amendments could help to better enforce cessation claims under IP law
New interlocutory appeal to the Supreme Court
A change in the Civil Procedure Code enables the parties to seek a ruling from the Supreme Court of Poland when a judgment is vacated on appeal and the case is remanded to the lower court for rehearing. A new interlocutory appeal will be available for thi
New interlocutory appeal to the Supreme Court
Dr Marcin Lemkowski: Under the revised procedure, more things will be left up to the judge
An interview with Dr Marcin Lemkowski from the Dispute Resolution & Arbitration Practice at Wardyński & Partners about recent amendments to the Civil Procedure Code
Dr Marcin Lemkowski: Under the revised procedure, more things will be left up to the judge
New rules for presenting evidence
Civil cases filed in Poland from 3 May 2012 will be governed by new civil procedure rules. What should the parties and other stakeholders pay particular attention to when deciding how to proceed in a case filed after the effective date of the new rules?
New rules for presenting evidence
What's up now with commercial cases?
A fundamental change that went into effect on 3 May 2012 was elimination of separate procedures in commercial cases. Does this mean that there are no more commercial courts in Poland, and no procedural differences from “ordinary” civil litigation?
What's up now with commercial cases?
New rules for establishing a representative office of a foreign business
Amendments to the Business Freedom Act and the Treasury Fees Act concerning establishment and registration of foreign representative offices in Poland went into effect on 1 January 2012.
New rules for establishing a representative office of a foreign business
Commercial register transcripts free online
Since 1 January 2012, the National Court Register Information Centre has been required to provide free online access to complete up-to-date information from the National Court Register and copies of documents submitted to the registry files.
Commercial register transcripts free online
How many real changes in the Personal Data Protection Act?
A banner was posted at the beginning of 2012 on the website of Poland’s Inspector General for Personal Data Protection—”Notice: Change of law!”
How many real changes in the Personal Data Protection Act?
Public procurement-EU thresholds raised!
The European Union’s threshold for announcement of public works contracts awarded by all contracting authorities has been raised from EUR 4,845,000 to EUR 5,000,000. The thresholds for contracts for goods and services have also increased.
Public procurement-EU thresholds raised!