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Child return order based on Regulation 2201/2003 (Brussels IIa) and the Hague Convention

KG Legal Kiełtyka Gładkowski, in cooperation with one of the major UK law firms, starts the second stage of the enforcement of the UK High Court of Justice in relation to child return order based on Regulation 2201/2003 (Brussels IIa) and the Hague Convention.

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The Polish law firm KG Legal Kiełtyka Gładkowski has provided complex legal assistance to a Swiss business entity operating in SaaS sector

The Polish law firm KG Legal Kiełtyka Gładkowski has provided complex legal assistance to a Swiss business entity operating in SaaS sector, in relation to setting up and establishing Polish limited liability company in Poland. KG Legal helped the Client to create legal framework of employing specialists in Poland.

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KG Legal Kiełtyka Gładkowski has effectively pursued the process of closing the branch of a foreign entrepreneur

KG Legal Kiełtyka Gładkowski has effectively pursued the process of closing the branch of a foreign entrepreneur, as a effect of which the branch was successfully deleted from the Polish National Register of Entrepreneurs. The process of closing the Polish branch of a foreign company is a complex process, consisting of a number of stages. In particular it relates to major business entities, such as companies providing railway transport services. The procedure of closing the branch related to such an entity.

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New changes regarding the enforcement of the Hague Convention in Poland – mandatory legal representation by an attorney or legal counsel

From August 27, 2018, there will apply new provisions of the Code of Civil Procedure in Poland, changing the rules of the procedural mandate regarding matters related to the Hague Convention – introducing obligatory legal representation of the Applicant by an attorney or a legal counsel. There has been added a new legal provision to the Code of Civil Procedure, namely article 5782.

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Cross-border case – participation of K. Jakub Gładkowski in the TVP programme with the highest viewing ratings in Poland – 4 million – according to the Centre for Public Opinion Research

“Child abduction is a violation of the Hague Convention, which is penalized throughout the entire European Union. An arrest warrant has been issued in respect of you. The European arrest warrant has not been implemented in Poland only because in Poland and in the Czech Republic – the only two countries in Europe – a breach of the Hague Convention is not penalized“- said attorney Jakub Gładkowski in the discussion in connection with the cross-border case of parental child abduction on the grounds of the Hague Convention. Attorney K. Jakub Gładkowski of the Polish law firm KG LEGAL KIEŁTYKA GŁADKOWSKI was invited by the Polish Television to take part in the TV Programme “A Case for a Journalist” (broadcasted on TVP 1, 17 May 2018, at 21:30).

 

 

A Case for a Journalist’ is, according to popular information, the only publicist TV programme broadcasted on the first channel of the Polish TV since 1984. The program has the highest viewing ratings in Poland (an average of 3.9 million viewers, according to the Centre for Public Opinion Research). The purpose of this programme is to present journalists’ interventions in important matters from a social point of view.

 

The entire programme is available at: http://www.tvp.pl/publicystyka/magazyny-reporterskie/sprawa-dla-reportera

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