On May 7, 2021, lawyers of the Polish law firm KIEŁTYKA GŁADKOWSKI KG LEGAL will take part in a webinar organized by a befriended Portuguese law firm Caiado Guerreiro on workers global mobility, which is a reality and a necessity for both professionals and companies. KIEŁTYKA GŁADKOWSKI’s participation in this professional webinar dedicated to the cross-border needs of foreign entities, is associated with the future needs and support of clients operating in Portugal, and – in particular in the field of tax optimization – in jurisdictions historically associated with Portugal, including Brazil, Luanda (Angola) and Maputo (Mozambique).
In May 2019, the European Union issued two directives, namely the one on the contractual aspects of the supply of digital content and digital services (“Directive on digital content“, EU 2019/770) and on the contractual aspects of the sale of goods (“Directive on the sale of goods“), EU 2019/771).
The main objective of both Directives is to contribute to the proper functioning of the internal market and ensure a high level of consumer protection, in particular by establishing rules common to all Member States on contracts for the supply of digital content or digital services concluded between traders and consumers. This is especially about introducing into Polish law provisions on the compliance of digital content or digital service with the contract, in the event of non-compliance of the digital content or digital service with the contract.
KG Legal founding partners, Małgorzata Kiełtyka and Jakub Gładkowski are participating in a workshop dedicated to the development of online sales and expansion of business activities into foreign markets, including the US market. The workshops which will take place on May 11, 2021 are conducted as part of the American Investor Desk programs, supported by Google and Polish Development Fund.
The American Investor Desk is an investor-dedicated know-how gateway providing comprehensive information on:
investing in Poland and leveraging over 25 years of local presence & experience by their 350 member firms;
investing in the USA and tapping into knowledge and resources about US market.
Those interactive workshops are intended for entrepreneurs and will be divided into sessions guided by experts.
On May 5, 2021 at 4 pm Hong Kong time there took place a discussion panel devoted to the future of law and business in Hong Kong (link to the Videoconference Panel). The virtual meeting was chaired by legal experts, including:
MR GEOFFREY MA TAO-LI GBM QC SC – Former Chief Justice of Hong Kong.
LORD FALCONER – Baron Falconer of Thoroton, Former Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs from 2003-2007.
MR JONATHAN CAPLAN QC – Appointed as Queen’s Counsel since 1991.
PROFESSOR LIN FENG – Professor of Law and Associate Dean of the School of Law of City University of Hong Kong.
MR JONATHAN MIDGLEY – Senior Partner of Haldanes Solicitors and Solicitor Advocate since 2013.
MODERATOR: MR CLIFF BUDDLE – Special Projects Editor, South China Morning Post.
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this question is affirmative what finds its legitimacy in Article 180 §2 of the
Polish Commercial Companies Code. This possibility was implemented into the
Polish legislation through the amendment of the Commercial Companies Code of
2016. However, in order to be able to speak of an effective transfer of shares
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