Reprivatisation proceedings Books The publication presents true stories and real-life issues faced by former owners of nationalised real estate in Poland, their heirs, and the lawyers representing them. The authors discuss actual cases and resolutions they have encountered in their 25-year reprivatisation practice. The book plots the course of various forms of reprivatisation proceedings from initiation through completion. […] Employment Law Newsletter, January – March 2018 Employment Law Newsletter Personal data in electronic form, cashless payment of remuneration and shortened period for storing employee documentation. Plus changes to the protection of an enterprise secret, Employee Capital Plans and Employee Retirement Programs. Pending or announced changes in Polish law affecting the market—selected issues Reports The latest edition of our publication “Pending or announced changes in Polish law affecting the market—selected issues” is now out! It offers a summary of changes across twenty areas of law, and is particularly valuable for identifying the targets of current and planned changes and outlining the potential consequences. Although the publication is legal in nature, […] Set-Off Law and Practice: An International Handbook Books The guide covers the application and practice of the law of set-off in over 30 jurisdictions spanning Europe, Asia and the Americas. Each chapter explains the principles of the law of set-off, including in situations of insolvency, in the jurisdiction concerned, and provides a comparative guide for banking and finance lawyers wishing to establish the […] 2018 Yearbook Yearbook The 8th edition of Wardyński & Partners’ Yearbook offers a collection of articles presenting interesting case studies, disturbing trends, new solutions, and key legal challenges ahead in 2018. Concisely, clearly, and without jargon, we discuss the work that has absorbed our attention for the past 30 years. We hope you find it worthwhile reading. Employment Law Newsletter, October – December 2017 Employment Law Newsletter Amendment to the Act on Foreigners, abolition of a limit on social insurance premiums, prohibition on Sunday trading, and a legislative proposal to settle the status of whistleblowers and the obligation to introduce anti-corruption procedures. Selective distribution and online sales: Where are we heading? Reports The Competition Law Practice, which is a member of the Antitrust Alliance, took part in preparing that organisation’s report on the most important issues within online sales and selective distribution in Europe and the associated national differences between Member States. Report: ASPIRE Legal Committee Annual Report 2017 Reports The annual report of the ASPIRE Legal Committee is devoted to key legal aspects for the growth of the technology and business services sector in Poland. It includes articles examining issues of labour law, tax, data protection, and state aid. In the report, Katarzyna Żukowska, Dr Szymon Kubiak and Jarosław Karlikowski write about current challenges […] Court Restructuring and Bankruptcy in Poland, INSOL International, London 2017 Books Karol Czepukojć authored the e-book Court Restructuring and Bankruptcy in Poland, Technical Series Issue No. 35, published in December 2017 by INSOL International, the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals. This e-book provides an overview of the Polish court restructuring and bankruptcy laws and the concept of a licensed and regulated restructuring and […] Intellectual property protection on the cosmetics and perfumes market Reports Our new publication is devoted entirely to the cosmetics and perfumes industry, as well as issues of intellectual property protection and processes specific to the industry. We also write about whether scent can be protected, whether distributors can be prohibited from selling luxury goods online, and the issues disputed between entities from the industry.