In principle: Legal studies and analyses, no. 2/2021

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In principle: Legal studies and analyses, no. 2/2021

The fifth issue of our semiannual scholarly journal In principle: Legal studies and analyses has just been published (in Polish, with English abstracts), with 180 pages, 10 authors, and 9 articles (including an interview). We encourage you to read it.

We devote a lot of space to tax issues, considering the basis for taxation with the so-called bank tax, the role of taxes in the economy using the example of personal income tax, and cooperation in the area of tax good governance.

We write about the liability of members of management boards of companies that have benefitted from state aid, and about perpetual licences to intellectual property—an economic necessity that nonetheless is formally unrecognised.

We publish another article on Liechtenstein, this time focusing on the principality’s regulation of cryptocurrencies and new technologies.

As usual, we also discuss current decisions from the courts in the form of case notes. The issue closes with an interview with the dean of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw, Prof. Tomasz Giaro.

The new issue is available here >>>