KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI humbly yet proudly announces that it has been ranked in the Legal500 EMEA 2023 ranking in the category: Data Privacy and Data Protection, Life Sciences and Healthcare and Private Client.
This achievement was made possible due to the trust of our Clients and international Colleagues from law firms with which we cooperate.
On 5 April 2023 KIEŁTYKA GŁADKOWSKI KG LEGAL will participate in the conference “Longevity Biotech: Investing in a healthier future”. As part of its life science specialisation, our biotech and pharma lawyers offer comprehensive legal services to its clients in many areas of law, including extensive legal services to companies operating in the longevity biotech sector and biotech companies engaged in life extension and human health. Within this specialism our law firm offers assistance in respect of trademark protection and patent issues, regulatory law, certification, contractual, and litigation and arbitration issues. At KG Legal, we know that a key role in the biotechnology sector is innovation and responsiveness to changing market needs. Therefore, we offer our clients a proactive approach, flexibility and efficiency in action. All these qualities of our firm make us recognized as one of the leading law firms in Poland and the world, especially in the field of cross-border specialization and knowledge. As a result, our firm is regularly recommended by international rankings such as the Legal 500.
Besides its green energy practice, Polish firm Kieltyka Gladkowski KG Legal also stands out for its involvement in legal projects related to green technology, namely green cryptocurrencies. Notably, the firm applies client acceptance policies aligned to ESG criteria; for example, as a rule, it does not provide legal assistance to clients regarded as polluters.
In an ongoing highlight, the firm’s founding partners Malgorzata Kieltyka and Kazimierz Jakub Gladkowski are assisting a foreign investor specialising in the biofuels market by conducting a due diligence of the legal status of biomass as well as aerothermal energy, agricultural biogas, geothermal installations and hydropower. Kieltyka and Gladkowski were also recently asked to prepare a report on the Polish legal requirements and legal basis for green cryptocurrencies. Their work included providing recommendations on the planned framework that proposes a prohibition of crypto services that rely on environmentally unsustainable consensus mechanisms. In another recent highlight, Gładkowski advised a leading global financial services provider on the implementation of green energy and sustainable data scraping and data crawling.
The firm is actively engaged in an initiative led by the Polish Life Science Cluster network which focuses on a clean energy transition toward renewable energy sources. Furthermore, it participates in events organised by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, contributing to conferences covering topics including electric vehicles, vehicle to grid (V2G), and energy storage. It also takes part in events organised by the International Renewable Energy Agency, and in trade fairs, such as the Solar Energy Expo – International Industry Fair for the Renewable Energy Sources Industry.”.
On 22 March 2023 a debate is scheduled in the British Parliament the subject of which will be the problem of enforcement and cross border legal problems of international cases. One of the case is the litigation concerning the Polish and UK jurisdiction. The participants of the debate will be David Simmonds, MP: International child abduction. Debate will be tabled with the support of Priti Patel, MP
The case is complex from the litigation and enforcement perspective in so much that the case was initiated before Brexit and the enforcement phase was after Brexit, hence there is debate on the application and continuity of the EU provisions of court judgment enforcement.
On 14 March 2023 KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI took part in the webinar organised by CB Insights devoted to the retail tech 100. The speakers discussed a very interesting report revealing the 100 private retail tech startups that will transform the way consumers shop. After reviewing thousands of companies, the retail analysts have selected the most promising startups across tech markets, spanning everything from e-commerce infrastructure to digital personalization tech. In the webinar, the analysts and expert guests from Lululemon and XRC Labs discussed:
the major trends to watch in retail tech, including supply chain optimization, AI-powered merchandising,
a behind the scenes look at how analysts selected the list. The speakers were: Laura Kennedy, Principal Analyst at CB Insights; Pano Anthos, Founder & Managing Director, XRC Labs; Sarah Rogowsky, VP of Digital Strategy and User Experience, Lululemon. As for the Retail Tech 100, some of the sectors where the upcoming companies come from are: Merchandise planning & inventory management, Robotic fulfillment, Unattended checkout, E-commerce infrastructure, Supply chain visibility platforms, Digital shopper engagement, Omnichannel payments, Online marketplace tech, Sustainability solutions, Delivery management platforms, Digital content, E-commerce merchandising & discovery, Hourly employee tools & management.