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By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
The first thing a company should do if they are facing a potentially high risk litigation which threatens the existence of the company is approach an attorney who has the experience...
By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
On Friday 12 May, Grzegorz E. Woźniak gave an interview to Israeli television i24NEWS about the impact of the newly passed JUST Act regarding restitution of property in 47 countries, including Poland.
By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
Every trial lawyer brings his or her own unique life experience and perspective to the trial practice.
By Adrian Andrychowski
Personal data must be processed in such a manner which guarantees proper security and protection against potential leaks or loss of data.
By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
The applicant married his wife in 1997. In 2004 the wife underwent fertility treatment in order to conceive a child.
By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
If one is inheriting the estate, he has to bear in mind that besides the assets he may inherit also liabilities.
By Wojciech Giemza
An interesting decision issued in February 2017 by the Paris Court of Appeal (Cour d'Appel) may have an important impact on arbitral practice.
By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
Pre-deal checks should involve not only the examination of company accounts but also of the relevant programmes to comply with national and international regulations.
By Grzegorz Dudek
2017 brings about a seismic shift in private antitrust enforcement in many EU countries including Poland.
By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
Poland does not have a law providing for the restitution of property nationalised by the communist government after WW2, so for the time being the process must be looked into on an individual basis.
By Grzegorz E. Woźniak
Internal audits and thorough documentary analyses are often triggered by regulatory investigations, so as to enable companies under inspection to respond to the regulator's demands.
By Wojciech Giemza
In the European Union, many people live and work outside of their country of origin. For example, thousands of EU citizens moved to France, Germany or the UK temporarily or permanently.