Wardyński & Partners
Panel discussion: “Business 2030–2050: Limited resources, unlimited possibilities?”
The European Green Deal is intended to cut greenhouse gas emissions and achieve a climate-neutral Europe. We will lead a panel discussion on these goals at the 10th European Forum for New Ideas.
News from Poland—Business & Law, Episode 10: property restitution (reprivatisation)
Dr Radosław Wiśniewski explains the problem of claims by pre-war property owners (and most often their heirs), which must be taken into account when purchasing real estate and pose a risk for transactions.
News from Poland—Business & Law, Episode 9: transfer pricing compliance obligations
In this episode, Wojciech Marszałkowski explains transfer pricing compliance obligations.
Appfire and Spartez
Wardyński & Partners assisted Appfire International Holdings, LLC, in its acquisition of Spartez Software Systems sp. z o.o. based in Gdańsk.
Appfire and SoftwarePlant
Wardyński & Partners assisted Appfire International Holdings, LLC, a renowned provider of apps used to solve modern challenges with digital solutions, in its acquisition of SoftwarePlant sp. z o.o. and SoftwarePlant sp. z o.o. sp.k.
Mergermarket CEE M&A and Private Equity Forum
Wardyński & Partners is a partner of the conference to be held by Mergermarket on 29 September 2021 in Warsaw.
News from Poland—Business & Law, Episode 8: Ransomware and data hacks
In this episode, Łukasz Lasek explains legal aspects of fighting cybercrime in the form of ransomware and data hacks. What is a ransomware attack? How can businesses protect against it? How do we help businesses after they fall victim to ransomware extortion?
Civil proceedings in intellectual property cases
Lena Marcinoska-Boulangé is the co-author of a commentary for litigators and judges, published by Wolters Kluwer, on proceedings before the specialised intellectual property courts introduced in 2020.
News from Poland—Business & Law, Episode 7: Legal aspects of fighting cybercrime: Business email compromise
In this episode, Łukasz Lasek explains legal aspects of fighting a type of cybercrime fraud called business email compromise, or BEC. How do the fraudsters work? Why is the number of BEC attacks on smaller businesses increasing? What to do if your email has been compromised? What are the prospects of catching the fraudsters, and how to reduce the number of BEC frauds?