How to set up an online store Reports The guide succinctly describes specific stages of setting up an online store as well as legal issues that should be considered in this connection (agreement on creating a website, contracts with subcontractors and suppliers, presentation of prices, etc). How to set up an online store Employment Law Newsletter, April – June 2013 Employment Law Newsletter Changes to regulations concerning parenthood leave, diminishing the effects of the economic slowdown, new act on foreigners and new rules for posting employees to work abroad. Employment Law Newsletter, April – June 2013 Legal Risks in M&A Transactions Books The fourth joint project of Wardyński & Partners and LexisNexis Polska. Legal Risks in M&A Transactions Protecting creditors against dishonest actions by debtors Reports A creditor injured by asset-stripping doesn’t have to remain a passive victim of dishonesty, according to lawyers from the Difficult Receivables Recovery Practice. Protecting creditors against dishonest actions by debtors Competition Law Books The authors of this publication, the third in the “Law in Practice” series from LexisNexis Polska, present the practical experiences they have gained advising business clients, using case studies to illustrate the main issues of competition law that are relevant for legal practice. Competition Law Employment Law Newsletter, January – March 2013 Employment Law Newsletter New rules for business travel expenses, changes in regulations on setting aside decisions by the Social Insurance Institution plus changes in equal treatment legislation. Employment Law Newsletter, January – March 2013 2013 Yearbook Yearbook For the third year, we share with you an annual publication in which we compile some of the knowledge and experience our lawyers have developed during their work for the firm's Polish and foreign clients. As the first two editions of the Yearbook proved, this concept is welcomed by our readers. This year as well, in the flagship publication of our law firm we write not about ourselves, but about what we know best: the most hotly debated legal issues with a direct impact on business. 2013 Yearbook Employment Law Newsletter, October – December 2012 Employment Law Newsletter Abolition of the obligation to submit notifications (and their amendments) to the State Labour Inspectorate and the State Sanitary Inspectorate, changes to work time rules plus new rules for conducting mandatory preliminary and periodic medical examinations and check-ups. Employment Law Newsletter, October – December 2012 Employment Law Newsletter, July – September 2012 Employment Law Newsletter Minimum annual remuneration for work of foreign higly skilled employee, amendment of the Law on Occupational and social Rehabilitation and Employment of the Disabled plus management board members subject to social insurance. Employment Law Newsletter, July – September 2012 Intellectual Property Protection Reports Lawyers from the Intellectual Property Practice at Wardyński & Partners explain how to enforce claims involving intellectual property rights and what relief may be obtained against an infringer. Intellectual Property Protection