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In his youth, as is known, every second boy wants to be a firefighter. Or two out of three. In being a firefighter there is on the one hand a challenge and a risk, clearly defined in meaning and effect. But there is also a feeling and fulfillment of the mission of saving important worldly values ​​and helping others.

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Laws like this can be assessed from two independent perspectives. One of them is a purely legal perspective related to the purpose set by the statute. Acts are there to achieve the agreed social goal as effectively as possible.

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Banks are losing court cases regarding Swiss franc loans, it seems that this is an irreversible trend. Banks did not seek settlements, did not seek general legislative solutions, did not want to pay extra.

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Disability is one of the prohibited discriminatory criteria, pursuant to Directive 2007/78. The directive prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability but does not define the concept of disability. This situation obviously creates an area of discontinuity which is normally covered by detailed and very detailed national rules.

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The first, instinctive thought in a cryptocurrency player is that black players are inept, maybe they don’t understand where the goal is and what’s going on, so they can’t hit it.

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The percentage of the society interested in vaccination is one of the most important indicators of the civilization development of society. Obviously, the most important test is voter turnout.

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On the occasion of changes to the code of administrative procedure, which, inter alia, are to block the implementation of property rights in Poland, a seemingly logical thesis emerged that no system can accept uncertainty in the field of property status for so many years.

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For several months in Rzeczpospolita I have been discussing the judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union on the issue of discrimination in employment. At this point, I do not mean the content of the judgments themselves, the court’s thinking about its place and meaning, but I would say simple technological and practical solutions related to these judgments.

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It is about a rather strange judgement, which concerns a Polish employer. Sometimes the courts – not only the big ones, but also the smaller ones – have to assume the burden of explaining a regulation that is apparently obvious in its message and purpose.

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I’ll say what I think, maybe someone will understand me. Well, I think most of the law books are completely worthless. First of all – no one reads legal books when you read ordinary books, because they are not for that. Well, that’s ok. Secondly, if I am looking for a view that I want to convince the court of, I am still looking for jurisprudence, not views, because it is extremely poor with professional authorities.

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