KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI KG LEGAL took part in the webinar, organised by GRC World Forums, on the spotlight on environmental crimes – one of the 22 crimes named in 6AMLD’s expanded list of predicate offences. During the webinar, the panel of experienced practitioners offered practical examples of how to use open source intelligence (OSINT) to investigate and understand environmental crimes.
What are environmental crimes?
Environmental offences cover a whole range of activities that violate environmental legislation and cause significant harm or risk to the environment, human health or both.
In 15 March 2022 KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI KG LEGAL, as ITECH Law member will take part in In-House Counsel Virtual Networking Event. The event will be the opportunity to network between the members of ITech law and to connect with other technology lawyers.
Refugees from Ukraine are starting to enter Polish labor market, which is suffering from a labor deficit. Employment agencies speak of a real boom in their services. There is already a recorded interest of 60% higher level in work enquiries comparing to the same period last year.
KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI KG LEGAL will take part in Digital Identity in the Travel and Tourism Sector, organised by techUK.
Throughout 2021, techUK held a series of events on the topic of digital ID, exploring the role this technology can play in tackling key challenges across society and the economy, and determining what more needs to be done to drive adoption as the economies begin to recover from the impact of the pandemic.
The travel and tourism sectors were two of the hardest hit by the pandemic, with restrictions on travel and health mandates implemented across the world to tackle COVID-19. But as these sectors prepare for the return of business at scale, adopting digital ID solutions can enable governments and businesses to facilitate safe and increased travel, whether by allowing travellers to store all of their travel and identity documents in one easy-to-verify place, for example, or reducing physical contact and overcrowding throughout passenger journeys.
On 16 March 2022 KIELTYKA GLADKOWSKI will take part in the webinar organized by Withers and Sigma Ratings on AML compliance in the art market.
In 2020 a Senate Report was issued detailing the inadequate AML protocols in place by art market participants. This report illustrated sanctioned activities in the art market as examples of failed AML self-regulation by the art industry. With new sanctions now in place, this presents a second chance for the art industry to demonstrate that the industry can put AML protocols in place without the need for government imposed industry regulation.
The webinar, organized by Withers and Sigma Ratings on March 16th will offer a panel discussion moderated by Diana Wierbicki of Withers that will guide the participants through the legal and logistical aspects of anti-money laundering compliance.
The webinar will address the following issues:
– Recommended best practices, guided by recommendations in FinCEN’s recent study;
– What is already legally required to do despite the absent of AML regulations specifically targeting the art market;
– How to conduct AML due diligence
The speakers will include: Diana Wierbicki – Global Head of Art law, Partner, New York, Withers; Georges Lederman, Special Counsel, New York, Withers, Phil Wittmann, VP – Head of Commercial Delivery, Sigma Ratings.