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The finalists for this year’s edition of the MIT Enterprise Forum Poland include the creators of a system for recovering energy from engine braking in municipal buses, and a technology for automating the identification of microorganisms in cosmetics. The five winning startups will take part in a week-long boot camp in Boston. Our firm is a knowledge partner for the forum.
The latest edition of our publication regarding changes in law in Poland affecting the business environment is now out!
The guide is meant to help in-house counsel and corporate legal teams understand how to apply anti-corruption laws in jurisdictions in which they operate and to guide them in the conduct of their business in 78 jurisdictions around the world. Wardyński & Partners contributed the Polish part.
The first two volumes in our 30th-anniversary series, Disputes and Innovations, were launched at our recent debate “The right to unplug: Dignity, privacy and new technologies.” The publications are also available on our website.
To mark the firm’s 30th anniversary, we are meeting today for the debate “The right to unplug: Dignity, privacy and new technologies.” Two of our new publications will also be launched today: Disputes and Innovations.
The interest in the Litigation Academy was so great, and the reviews of participants so enthusiastic, that the firm has decided to hold another edition. Registration is to be announced in January 2019.
The firm expands its employment practice and criminal practice as it is joined by lawyers Dr Marcin Wujczyk and Artur Pietryka.
Lawyers from Wardyński & Partners will appear in seven sessions at the annual conference of the International Bar Association in Rome.