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Business during a pandemic | Expert analyses on selected provisions of the Anti-Crisis Shield Act
WKB’s lawyers have analysed the most important provisions of the Anti-Crisis Shield Act in Poland. The Anti-Crisis Shield is a special law which implements a range of various solutions aimed at combatting the epidemic crisis, amending or supplementing many other acts and regulations, which will affect many areas of companies’ business activities. We encourage you to read a collection of materials consisting of short summaries of the most important changes in a number of fields, followed by expert studies.
WKB Legal Alert | Impact of the COVID-19 special law on judicial proceedings
In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, the legislature has introduced a number of new regulations concerning judicial proceedings. We note the most important of them below.
WKB Legal Alert | Anti-Crisis shield | Real estate and construction process
Please find an article on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the legal situation of the construction industry, taking into account the solutions presented in the so-called Anti-Crisis Shield.
WKB Legal Alert | Anti-Crisis Shield and employment-related solutions
Practical guidance for employment related solutions reflecting the solutions presented in the Act on specific solutions for the prevention, counteracting and eradication of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and the resulting emergencies (the ‘Crisis Shield’).
WKB Legal Alert | Maximum prices in the Anti-Crisis Shield
#shield | In light of the ongoing state of epidemic, the government decided to introduce measures to regulate prices of certain products by means of the possibility to set maximum prices. We present all the details in this legal alert.
WKB Legal Alert | Competition law in the face of a pandemic
#shield | In this unusual situation, it is necessary to remember that competition law applies in full. Both international and national antitrust authorities have pointed out that the COVID-19 pandemic does not justify infringements (crisis cartels will not be tolerated). Competition law in the face of a pandemic in a newest legal alert.
WKB Coronavirus Response Team
We would like to inform you that our multi-disciplined team of WKB lawyers remains at your disposal to address any legal questions and queries, including, but not limited to, those relating to the existing epidemiological threat. We have also convened the Coronavirus Response Team.
WKB Legal Alert | Impact of the epidemic on the commercial rental market
The article on the impact of COVID-19 on the commercial rental market, including solutions included in the Anti-Crisi Shield.
WKB Legal Alert | Anti-Crisis shield | New obligations for telecoms operators and internet service providers
There are a lot of questions in connection with the Anti-Crisis Shield , including in particular  regarding the obligations for telecommunication operators and providers rendering services by electronic means.  We invite you to read the alert on the most important changes in this area.
WKB Legal Alert | Maximum prices in the Anti-Crisis Shield
In light of the ongoing state of epidemic, the government decided to introduce measures to regulate prices of certain products by means of the possibility to set maximum prices. The maximum prices themselves have not been introduced at the moment.
WKB Legal Alert | Possibility to apply for support from the 2014-2020 operational programmes in connection with COVID-19
On 15 April, a Regulation of the Minister of Funds and Regional Policy was published regarding the rules for granting aid from financial instruments under the 2014-2020 operational programmes in connection with COVID-19. In the alert we are presenting the most important solutions.
Business during a pandemic | Expert analyses on selected provisions of the Anti-Crisis Shield Act
WKB’s lawyers have analysed the most important provisions of the Anti-Crisis Shield Act in Poland. The Anti-Crisis Shield is a special law which implements a range of various solutions aimed at combatting the epidemic crisis, amending or supplementing many other acts and regulations, which will affect many areas of companies’ business activities. We encourage you to read a collection of materials consisting of short summaries of the most important changes in a number of fields, followed by expert studies.
WKB Legal Alert | Impact of the COVID-19 special law on judicial proceedings
In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, the legislature has introduced a number of new regulations concerning judicial proceedings. We note the most important of them below.
WKB Legal Alert | Anti-Crisis shield | Real estate and construction process
Please find an article on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the legal situation of the construction industry, taking into account the solutions presented in the so-called Anti-Crisis Shield.
WKB Legal Alert | Anti-Crisis Shield and employment-related solutions
Practical guidance for employment related solutions reflecting the solutions presented in the Act on specific solutions for the prevention, counteracting and eradication of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and the resulting emergencies (the ‘Crisis Shield’).
WKB Legal Alert | Maximum prices in the Anti-Crisis Shield
#shield | In light of the ongoing state of epidemic, the government decided to introduce measures to regulate prices of certain products by means of the possibility to set maximum prices. We present all the details in this legal alert.
WKB Legal Alert | Anti-Crisis Shield – the most important changes in bankruptcy and restructuring law
The published law amending the law on special arrangements for preventing, counteracting and combating COVID-19 (Ant-Crisic Shield Act) introduced some changes in bankruptcy and restructuring law - in our alert you can find the most important of them.
WKB Legal Alert | Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on day-to-day operation of commercial companies
Practical tips taking into account the solutions presented in the Act on specific solutions related to the prevention, prevention and eradication of COVID-19, other infectious diseases and crisis situations caused by them (Anti-Crisis Shield), which entered into force on April 1, 2020, and the draft of the Act on specific support instruments regarding the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus (Shield 2.0). In this challenging situation, we remain at your disposal.
WKB Legal Alert | Anti-Crisis Shield and energy sector – update
In this legal alert we present the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the energy sector and the regulations provided in the Anti-Crisis Shield.
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WKB top-ranked in Media Law International 2020
WKB Wierciński, Kwieciński, Baehr law firm has again been ranked by Media Law International – the most important  international ranking published as a specialist guide to the world’s leading media law firms.  This year WKB has received a Tier 1 recommendation, placing our firm among the top four law firms in this area in Poland.
WKB Legal Alert | Changes to the rules governing the bodies of capital market entities and the supervisory authority
The Anti-crisis Shield introduces certain measures to facilitate the functioning of capital market entities, which we present in this legal alert.
WKB Legal Alert | Impact of the COVID-19 on the credit sector
In connection with the coronavirus pandemic, the legislature has introduced a number of new regulations concerning loan market. We note the most important of them.
WKB Legal Alert | The Anti-Crisis Shield as regards court proceedings and postal consignments – update
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the parliament has undertaken legislative work on new regulations regarding court proceedings and postal consignments. We present the most important of them.
WKB Legal Alert | Use of EU funds during the pandemic
The law on special measures supporting the implementation of operational programmes in connection with the COVID-19 occurrence in 2020 introduces exemptions from some of the current rules in respect of project implementation and calls for applications for co-financing. The most important measures from the point of view of beneficiaries and applicants are summarised below. Each of them applies from 1 February 2020 to 31 December 2020.