Kieltyka Gladkowski KG Legal participated in the 15th International Symposium related to Artificial Intelligence (AI)

On the part of Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG Legal the conference was attended by Daniella Gallos and Julian Morgan.



Daniella Gallos is the trainee at Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG Legal.
Daniella is the student of Maastricht University (from 2017 onwards) studying European and comparative law. During her studies she covered the topics of the Dutch international and civil law and in particular the European Union substantive and institutional law; comparative contract law; European company law; comparative tort law as well as public and private international law.
Daniella specialises in the EU law with particular focus on competition law. At Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG Legal Daniella Gallos deals with European aspects of cross border transactions and case law for the purposes of international litigation.


Julian Morgan joins the team of Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG Legal

Julian Morgan is the trainee at Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG Legal.

Julian obtained his general law degree at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) in Geneva, Switzerland in 2019. During his studies he covered the topics of the Swiss and international civil law and contracts law, the Swiss criminal law, the Swiss constitutional law, International law, the EU institutional law, the Swiss administrative law, the Swiss corporate law and the Swiss tax law.
He gained his practical experience through internships in IP law, commercial contracts law, digital and tech law at Audemars Piguet SA, Legal department as well as Richemont International SA, Digital Team.

Julian also did humanitarian work in the form of help and support in an orphanage near Accra, Ghana.

He is a member of the Geneva law students association; the member of the European law students association (ELSA).

Julian specialises in international private law and intellectual property law. At Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG Legal Julian Morgan deals with cross border transactions.


Kiełtyka Gładkowski KG Legal will participate in the meeting of the Polish Ministry of Enterprise and Technology with the National Key Life Science Cluster in Krakow.

On July 11, 2019, the representatives of the Ministry of Enterprise and Technology will visit the headquarters of the National Key Life Science Cluster in Krakow. The meeting will aim to present the activities of the Life Science Cluster. The program of the visit includes acquainting Cluster Members (including the representatives of KIEŁTYKA GŁADKOWSKI KG LEGAL) with the representatives of the Polish Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology based in Warsaw (this is one of the 19 Polish government departments).


Planned amendments in the Polish Code of Civil Procedure – crucial changes for entrepreneurs

The amendment to the Polish Code of Civil Procedure was passed by the Parliament on July 4, 2019. It is currently awaiting the President’s signature. The draft amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure provides for numerous changes to the current form of civil procedure, especially when it comes to regulations concerning entrepreneurs. The new law, created at the initiative of the Ministry of Justice, is to restore separate proceedings in commercial cases, removed from the Code in 2012. The draft provides for the introduction of a new section entitled “Proceedings in commercial cases”. It is to deal with civil matters between entrepreneurs in the scope of their business activity.

The first change introduced by this amendment will be the so-called preparatory proceedings – obligatory and less formal meetings taking place outside the courtroom to resolve the dispute at an early stage. Their aim is to get the parties to reconciliation and settlement, and the court chairman has the task of pointing out to the parties the ways and effects of the out-of-court resolution of the dispute. These meetings should be considered an attempt to introduce the idea of arbitration to the Polish civil procedure.