Czech Republic: a dynamic industrial and technology investment destination

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers During the past two decades the key nations of Central and Eastern European (CEE) have grown significantly following moves to liberalise their economies. On average Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, to name a few, increased their per capita GDP by 115% between 2004-2020. Employment was at its lowest […]

Aleš EppingerPartner, Schaffer & Partner

Romania and Moldova: an ideal destination for market entrepreneurs

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers During the past two decades the key nations of Central and Eastern European (CEE) have grown significantly following moves to liberalise their economies. On average Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, to name a few, increased their per capita GDP by 115% between 2004-2020. Employment was at its lowest […]

Charles VernonManaging Partner, Vernon | David

Moore Barlow Advises Brooklyn Vendor Assurance In £1.8m Deal

Deal, led by corporate team at Moore Barlow, positions London-based business for further growth Moore Barlow has advised the fast-growing technology company, Brooklyn Vendor Assurance, in a deal that sees it secure £1.8m seed investment. Headquartered in London, Brooklyn Vendor Assurance has developed innovative, proprietary software that digitises the entire vendor management lifecycle to better […]

Jeremy OverPartner, Moore Barlow LLP

Czech Republic: a dynamic industrial and technology investment destination

Foreward by Andrew Chilvers During the past two decades the key nations of Central and Eastern European (CEE) have grown significantly following moves to liberalise their economies. On average Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania, to name a few, increased their per capita GDP by 115% between 2004-2020. Employment was at its lowest […]

Šárka GregorováPartner, Schaffer & Partner

Indemnification of public-law liabilities in contracts under Polish law

Przegląd Prawa Handlowego 7/2018 Krzysztof Jasiński The paper considers the issue of undertaking to indemnify against public-law liabilities under Polish law. It encompasses the analysis of sources of indemnification clauses in Polish law and the grounds for their application, with reference to their common law’s provenance and position in the Polish contractual relationships. The analysis […]

Krzysztof JasińskiManaging Associate, GESSEL

Martha Cusick appointed CEO of Aliant®

We are very pleased to welcome Martha Cusick to Aliant as Chief Executive Officer and member of executive team. She started her role at Aliant headquarters, Los Angeles, in January this year. Martha comes to us with 20 years of experience in legal and professional services. Her background is focused on legal operations, strategy, marketing, and business development, with […]

Tuomo KauttuPartner, Aliant Finland

Commentary to the Polish Supreme Court judgement of 20 December 2017 (case ref I CSK 160/17)

Radca Prawny. Zeszyty naukowe nr 16 Krzysztof Jasiński This paper constitutes a commentary to the Polish Supreme Court’s ruling dated December 20, 2017, in which the possibility to commence a proceeding for establishment of non-existence of a general meeting’s resolution has been confirmed. The author agrees with the Supreme Court ruling, as supporting the view […]

Krzysztof JasińskiManaging Associate, GESSEL

Gloss on the judgment of the Supreme Court of 3 June 2015, court file No. VCSK 592/14 (On the concept of negative resolutions)

Radca Prawny. Zeszyty Naukowe 2/2016 Krzysztof Jasiński This commentary is a critique of the concept of so-called negative resolutions of shareholders of companies adopted by the Supreme Court. The authors examine issues associated with the existence of the aforementioned resolutions and the grounds for distinguishing them in the legal doctrine, as well as the possible […]

Krzysztof JasińskiManaging Associate, GESSEL

Tightened executive liability for the company’s insolvency

An important amendment to the Business Corporations Act (hereinafter referred to as the “BCA”) came into force on 1 January 2021, tightening the liability of members of companies’ statutory bodies in case of insolvency. It particularly stipulates an obligation to hand over remuneration from the agreement on performance of the function if the company was […]

Aleš EppingerPartner, Schaffer & Partner

Is Genericide Still A Thing? Maybe We Worry Too Much About ‘Proper Use Of Trademarks’

As Published in The Legal Intelligencer – Special Section March 2021: Intellectual Property By: Laura Winston Earlier this year, the comedian Seth Meyers was making a joke about a politician on his talk show “Late Night with Seth Meyers.” In doing so, he referred to a well-known brand of popular plastic building bricks as “Legos.” Mr. […]

Stephen SillerPartner, Offit│Kurman