In principle. Legal studies and analyses. Vol. 3 Scholarly journal In Polish, with English abstracts. Glaring loss as a ground for applying rebus sic stantibus clauses | The significance of the notion of “substantial modification of a contract” in public procurement law, with particular attention to Directive 2014/24/EU and the case law of the Court of Justice of the European Union | The employer’s obligation […] In principle. Legal studies and analyses. Vol. 3 Law for game development Reports The video game industry faces a range of unique legal problems. In this publication we address issues of intellectual property, employment law, and taxation, as well as less obvious regulatory aspects. Across 70 pages, we write about the use in games of objects from the real world, legal protection of games and concepts, in-game advertising, […] Law for game development In principle. Legal studies and analyses. Vol. 2 Scholarly journal In Polish, with English abstracts. Penalisation of the reverse distribution chain for drugs in Poland | EU citizenship as a legal and political concept independent of affiliation with a member state | Selected schemes for international distribution fraud and standing to seek damages for economic loss under the CMR Convention | Non-binding resolutions of local […] In principle. Legal studies and analyses. Vol. 2 Chambers Global Practice Guide: Corporate M&A 2020 Anna Dąbrowska, Krzysztof Libiszewski, Maciej Szewczyk and Izabela Zielińska-Barłożek are the authors of the Trends and Developments chapter in the Chambers Corporate M&A 2020 Guide. Chambers Global Practice Guide: Corporate M&A 2020 Dawn raid policy: why your company should consider adopting one Reports We explain what a dawn raid is, what to look for when creating a procedure for handling dawn raids, and the universal elements that should be included in every policy regarding unannounced inspections of corporate premises. Dawn raid policy: why your company should consider adopting one The guide to minimum terms of employment for posted workers Reports Wardyński & Partners presents the guide to minimum terms of employment for posted workers across 25 European countries. The guide was created by our Employment practice with the invaluable involvement of our fellow lawyers from firms across Europe who shared contributions on their jurisdictions. The guide to minimum terms of employment for posted workers 2020 Yearbook Yearbook This is the 10th edition of our law firm’s Yearbook. We write about what we do: about interesting cases, legal measures, opportunities and obligations, new regulations and areas of the law deserving of attention in business operations. We provide commentary and hints, and we hope, inspiration. 2020 Yearbook Employment law newsletter, October-December 2019 Employment Law Newsletter Remuneration policy in public companies, protection of whistleblowers, employee capital plans, full ban on Sunday shopping, remuneration specified in offers of employment, security camera surveillance of employees (ECHR judgement), revocation of the first PDPO penalty (PAC judgement), running a blog on work-related topics (ECHR judgement). Employment law newsletter, October-December 2019 In principle. Legal studies and analyses. Vol. 1 Scholarly journal In Polish, with English abstracts. Reform of trading in agricultural property, fees for perpetual usufruct, vacant succession, best practices in arbitration proceedings, digitalisation of proceedings before the administrative courts, climate change as environmental harm, a century of the concept of a business operator under Polish law, the amicus curiae brief in various legal systems, VAT […] In principle. Legal studies and analyses. Vol. 1 Entrepreneurship Books The series of publications marking the 30th anniversary of Wardyński & Partners offers a concise cross-section of texts summarising and synthesising our first 30 years of practice. Drawing from our experiences, we present visions and solutions for the future. The fourth volume is devoted to entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship