We had a great pleasure to take part in Webminar considering “Court decisions on international child abductions across Europe”, which took place on November 8th 2016 as a continuation of the meeting “International child abduction cases in the light of the European Court of Human Rights’ case-law” organized by LEPCA (Lawyers in Europe on Parental Child Abduction).
Second part of the event considered relevant regulations defined in Hague Convention of 25th October 1980 on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction. Speaker referred in particular to article 3 and article 13 of this Convention pointing them as the most significant. He mentioned very clearly the difference between right of custody, which should include rights relating to the care of the person of the child and to determine the child’s place of residence and right of access, which shall include the right to take a child for a limited period of time to a place other that the child’s habitual residence. We had a chance to discuss notion of habitual residence and abduction of the new-born child. In relation to following aspects, two experts presented lots of cases on international child abductions in various European countries.
On December 7th 2016 we had a chance to be attendee of Webminarium entitled “International child abductions in the light of the European Court of Human Rights’ case-law” arranged by one of the most important organization actively work within this field LEPCA (Lawyers in Europe on Parental Child Abduction).
Presentation was strictly connected with regulations regarding proceedings pending before European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, which has been created in order to oversee the European Convention of Human Rights constituted in 1950. We had a great opportunity to get familiar with this essential institution, within jurisdiction are located 47 member states. Common procedural features and criterion of submitted applications have been presented, such as written form, the way of functioning various mechanisms of procedure, public character of documents, adversarial proceeding only after communication or direct access to the court.
Representatives of KG Legal law firm took part in the meeting of our international Client with Krakow’s architect firm. In this way, KG Legal wins business partners for our Clients launching their investments in Poland, with the view of developing their cross border business activity in the Polish jurisdiction.
One of KG Legal international Clients has bought a luxury apartment in the heart of Krakow’s tourist district. The apartment has a status of a historical heritage object – the value of the transaction and the case is 2.3 million PLN
KG Legal provided its full legal support to an international investor (including comprehensive legal advice and certified translations) in a complex process of the acquisition of a prestigious estate in Krakow’s tourist district.
KG Legal cooperates with Romanian law firms specializing in Romanian public procurement law on behalf of the Polish entrepreneur operating in civil engineering infrastructure.
Polish construction companies more increasingly take part in tenders under public procurement in the Balkans. Unfortunately, sometimes it happens that Polish entrepreneurs have legal problems in obtaining the contracts. In such cases there arises the need to be provided with cross border legal services. Normally the latter takes place in the form of a cooperation between the Polish law firm and a foreign law firm from a given jurisdiction. When the Polish entrepreneur takes part in a tender organized by the Romanian public entity, the legal advice for such a company requires the support of a Polish lawyer specializing in international contract law as well as the assistance of Romanian lawyers specializing in Romanian public procurement law.