New technologies newsletter, November 2017 New Technologies Newsletter In November on the newtech.law blog: blockchain versus the law, how may we regulate the blockchain, will the blockchain stir up intellectual property agreements and copyright trolling of peer-to-peer network users. New technologies newsletter, November 2017 Review of Crowdfunding Regulation Reports The firm’s lawyers Krzysztof Wojdyło, Marcin Pietkiewicz, Marcin Pietkiewicz, Rafał Kuchta, Jacek Czarnecki and Aleksandra Lisicka prepared information on the prospects of crowdfunding platforms in Poland and existing regulation of crowdfunding. This is the third edition of the review published by the European Crowdfunding Network. Review of Crowdfunding Regulation The Real Estate M&A and Private Equity Review – Edition 2 Books Lawyers at the firm, Izabela Zielińska-Barłożek, Łukasz Szegda, Michał Nowacki, Michał Wons, Maciej Szewczyk, Marcin Pietkiewicz and Radosław Wasiak, are the authors of the chapter on the current situation on the real estate development market in Poland.  The Real Estate M&A and Private Equity Review – Edition 2 New technologies newsletter, October 2017 New Technologies Newsletter From now on the newsletter will include selected texts published on newtech.law blog. In this issue: Technology and its discontents, Infringements of intellectual property rights in augmented reality, Will the rule of net neutrality survive the arrival of the internet of things?, Tokens, blockchain and the law, First jurisdiction on the blockchain, The future of […] New technologies newsletter, October 2017 Outlook on law and business in Poland Reports A new item has been added to the extensive catalogue of the firm’s publications. In our Outlook on law and business in Poland we discuss trends in changes in the law, such as increased regulatory pressure and increased penalisation of commerce. These are illuminated by concrete examples from practice and conclusions concerning the consequences of […] Outlook on law and business in Poland Get ready for GDPR – step by step Reports Analyse the data processing operation in your organisation, identify what data you process, determine where you are a data controller and where you are a data processor: getting ready for GDPR in 18 steps. Get ready for GDPR – step by step Employment Law Newsletter, July – September 2017 Employment Law Newsletter Protection of employees’ claims in the event of the employer’s insolvency, new guidelines for interpreting the protection given to employees’ personal data, rules for examining criminal records of candidates and requesting information on additional employment. Employment Law Newsletter, July – September 2017 Employment Law Newsletter, April – June 2017 Employment Law Newsletter Employment of temporary workers, list of tasks that are prohibited for pregnant and breast-feeding women, seasonal and short-term work of foreigners, and Presidential Bill on Amendment of the Labour Code Employment Law Newsletter, April – June 2017 Directors in the Twilight Zone V (chapter on Poland), INSOL International, London 2017 Books Karol Czepukojć authored the chapter on Poland in Directors in the Twilight Zone V, published by INSOL International, the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals, in 2017. This is a comparative study covering 30 jurisdictions. It provides insight into a range of issues that arise during the twilight period, such as duties and […] Directors in the Twilight Zone V (chapter on Poland), INSOL International, London 2017 Practical M&A Guide Reports An overview of mergers and acquisitions in Poland. The process, structure and parties to M&A deals, legal restrictions and tax aspects, discussed clearly and accessibly. What to bear in mind, and what details require special focus. Practical M&A Guide