Clients of our Law Office are Polish and foreign companies operating in many industries, including, inter alia, construction, automotive, electrical industry, services. We also provide advisory services for the companies dealing with the latest technology.
Primary Practice Areas
We advise how to optimally create all corporate documents, to minimalize risks related to the creation of capital groups and in the shortest, but the most effective way how to achieve the set goals. We also advise, how optimally sell shares (stocks) of companies. read more
The purpose of advisory in this area is to optimize the tax burden of our Clients. We are also at your disposal during the proceedings conducted against you by tax offices and other tax authorities. read more
Advising our Clients we remember about the phrase Mens sana in corpore sano (in a healthy body, healthy mind). Without satisfied employees for whom the employer created optimal conditions for work and development, no company can expect success. read more
We take exceptional care to ensure that only persons with high qualifications are chosen to work in our firm, that are specialized in various legal fields.
We follow the highest international standards in terms of quality of services provided and manner of legal advice, as well as of professional ethics.
Professionalism of our law office is appreciated by our Clients, and it follows from the fact that we cooperate with our Clients for many years. Our ultimate goal is to ensure the safety of our Clients in the legal aspects of doing business. Our legal advice is based on finding and indicating the best solutions and minimizing the risks and problems that may arise. To do so, we use our knowledge, supported by many years of experience in advising our Clients.
As indicated in the jurisprudence and doctrine: Contracts for the provision of services, as due diligence contracts, consist in the provision, in the interest of another person, of specific factual activities and a set of legal and factual activities. Where the...
Due to the upcoming period of holding the Ordinary Shareholders' Meetings for 2020 it is worth remembering that the legal regulations make it possible to recognize the so-called hypothetical interest cost on equity (allowance for corporate equity – ACE) as tax...
The significant changes in the jurisdiction of tax authorities entered into force on 01.01.2021. The changes were introduced by the regulation of the Minister of Finance, Development Funds and Regional Policy of 28.12.2020 on certain taxpayers and tax remitters for...
From 01.01.2021 limited partnerships will become taxpayers of corporate income tax. Until then, limited partnerships will remain tax transparent and only their partners will be taxed. Whereas from that date limited partnerships will be taxed similarly to limited...
According to art. 13a sec. 1 of the Act of March 8, 2013 on counteracting excessive payment delays in commercial transactions, which entered into force on January 1, 2020, entities with a turnover exceeding EUR 50 million (even if they are not large entrepreneurs) and...
As we have already indicated in our Newsletter No. 30/2019, every company entered into the National Court Register, e.g. all limited liability companies, shall report…
Review of the Regulations and Procedures
We would like to offer you a review, conducted by our law firm, of the regulations / procedures in force in your company.
Worth to Know
The ISO 37002 standard “Whistleblowing management systems – Guidelines” is to be published in the coming weeks. The ISO 37002 standard focuses on the actions that an organization should take from the moment of receiving a whistleblower report to the moment when an organization has to decide on corrective actions and implement them. The ISO 37002 standard is a set of guidelines on how to create a system handling the reports made in an organization. The ISO 37002 standard is not intended to be a certified standard. Unlike the ISO 37001:2016 standard “Anti-bribery management systems – Requirements with guidance for use”, which is a certified standard.
Central Register of Beneficial Owners (hereinafter: “the Register”) maintained by the Minister of Finance.
The obligation to submit reports on beneficial owners to the Register results from the art. 55-71 of the Act of March 1st, 2018 on counteracting money laundering and terrorism financing, which implements the Directive 2015/849 of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) (the AML Directive).
Companies often forget that confirming balances is more than just checking amounts. In particular, problems may arise in the case of disputed or doubtful claims.
What is included in the balance confirmation
The Accounting Act requires, in principle, confirmation of the balance of receivables. On the other hand, the Accounting Act does not require sending confirmation of the balance of liabilities.
As at the balance sheet date, all assets and liabilities should be inventoried. Entities perform the annual inventory in three ways, depending on the asset or liability they are dealing with. And so, the annual inventory is carried out by way of:
• physical inventory,
• balance confirmation,
• comparison of accounting data with relevant documents.
In order to enjoy a tax relief specified in art. 18d of the Act of 15.02.1992 on Corporate Income Tax (hereinafter: “the CIT Act”), a taxpayer must perform activities that meet the conditions for recognizing them as research and development activities within the meaning
On 18.05.2020 the Head of the National Tax Information issued a very important individual interpretation regarding services purchased from related entities in the context of their exclusion from tax costs, referred to in art. 15e sec. 1 of the Corporate Income Tax Act…
Video conferences gained practical significance during COVID-19 epidemic. However, the use of such a useful everyday work tool is not always carried out in a way that guarantees maximum protection of your own data and the data of all participants.
In a judgement of 16.01.2020 (case no. II FSK 373/18) the Supreme Administrative Court (hereinafter: “SAC”) confirmed the position of the tax authorities that a surety, in order to secure a credit in exchange for an obligation to grant a surety, is – as a gratuitous benefit – subject to taxation.
Until the moment of crossing out from the National Court Register, the company in liquidation has the possibility to conduct its current activities, which may generate additional costs for it – for example: those resulting from the necessity to rent office space or the costs of verification of balance sheets, court fees, notarial or administrative fees.
Work at home, the so-called home office, is becoming more and more popular. Especially in situations where the employer determines with the employee one or more days each week, allowing the employee for such a home office.
Training Courses and Seminars
We organize training courses and workshops which suits our client’s needs as for the scope of the issues covered, time and the place of the course. In principle, training courses and workshops are organized for one client. In such case, only employees of such client and persons invited by him are participating in them. It lets us fix a schedule of training courses/workshops and carry them out in the way optimally fulfilling expectations of our client.