Fired by all means

In a situation where the employer wants to dismiss the employee at all costs, it is worth retaining restraint. In the matter resulting in the Supreme Court’s adoption of the Resolution of April 4, 2019, reference number III PZP 2/19 the employer first terminated...

Difficult debts to avoid

In a disadvantageous for the members of the board of private limited companies resolution of the Supreme Court of 30 January 2019 in the case with reference number III CZP 78/18 The court extended the scope of liability resulting from art. 299 of Commercial Companies...

The division of joint assets and the credit

The division of joint assets shall not prevent the subsequent recovery of claims for repayment of the amount of the obligation secured by the mortgage. In other words, even if the former spouse has not, in the course of the procedure for the division of the joint...

Coalition and managers

From 1 January 2019, persons employed under civil law contracts and self-employed will be able to form trade unions and join them if they satisfy the following conditions: they perform paid work, do not employ other people for this type of work, and have rights and...

Two changes in dividends’ rules

On 1st March 2019, a significant change in the Code of Commercial Companies will come into effect. The article 193 and 194 which stipulates about dividends will change in two issues. The first change will concern shareholders and their rights to determine the dividend...

Closer to the debtor’s assets

Judgment of the European Court of Justice from October 4, 2018 in the case C-337/17 Feniks sp. O.o. Azteca Products & Services SL can significantly facilitate the creditor’s determination of ineffectiveness of legal actions taken by debtors and foreign...