The attractiveness of the RES auction support system is waning,’ says Bartłomiej Kielasiński, attorney at law, in the Parkiet daily.
The Batory Foundation has prepared a study which shows how, in accordance with the constitution, to make optimal use of the potential of JST in the context of the role of voivodes. One of the experts who answers this question is mec. Aneta Gęsiarz-Krasucka of BWW law firm.
The practical, most important issues for employers that may arise against the background of the new regulation of the KPC have been collected by mec. Aleksandra Wozniak and mgr Jędrzej Zieliński, experts in labour law of the BWW law firm.
On 22 September 2023, the institution of security for a claim for declaring the termination of the employment relationship to be ineffective or for reinstatement of the employment. Aleksandra Wozniak, M.A., and Jędrzej Zieliński, M.A., our experts on employmentlaw, have compiled for employees the most important practical issues that may arise against the background of the new kpc regulation. Next week, we invite you to another instalment of material, this time with information aimed at employers. Warmly recommended!
One of the largest and most modern aircraft maintenance bases in Europe at a cost of over PLN 216 million will be built by a consortium comprising Polimex Mostostal and Polimex Infrastruktura. The investor is LOTAMS.
Both civil law and criminal law are changing in this respect. The most interesting trends related to this were discussed at a conference at the University of Warsaw. Our law firm was one of the partners of this event.
In this role, the BWW law firm’s co-founder and partner was part of a delegation that held talks in Moldova on the development of the gas market there.
The energy of the future is being created now. Our law firm’s mission is to support the development of industries for which environmental concerns are important. At the conference in Toruń, we showed the broader context of renewable energy development.
One strand of the energy industry that is positively verifying reality is thermal waste treatment plants. In Europe, there are around 500 such installations, commonly referred to as incineration plants. In Poland, there are 9 so far. Fortunately, this number will soon increase.
Lexology probably needs no introduction in the legal and business world. In our latest expert feature, Małgorzata Banasik and Agnieszka Górka from our law firm write about gas market regulation in Poland.
We heartily recommend it!