We are honored to announce that GRATA International expands its European operations with a new associated office in Poland (Warsaw) by cooperation with GSW Legal (Grabarek, Szalc and Partners) which combines exceptional legal expertise with deep industry knowledge and refreshingly creative thinking, to help clients achieve their business goals in Poland.
The economy of Poland is the largest in Eastern Europe with steady growth, but still maintaining strong connections with post-Soviet countries, which guarantee us synergy in cooperation. International reports highlight the economic and political stability of Poland, outstanding human capital and a large domestic market.
Now through close collaboration, combined expertise and knowledge-sharing we are able to handle clients’ needs in Poland seamlessly.
The professional team of newly open associated office provides a full range of legal services in the following industries and areas of law:
GRATA International is composed of offices located in post- Soviet and Eastern European countries, with coverage being extended to new jurisdictions every year, and which have developed close professional relationships with each other.
No matter what kind of business our clients operate in, they shall always expect practical, prompt and attentive legal services from our presence in Azerbaijan, Belarus, Czech Republic, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Mongolia, Russia, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Turkey, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, now including also the Republic of Poland. Our Firm has been highly rated by Chambers&Partners, Legal 500, IFLR 1000, Asialaw Profiles and is committed to provide excellent legal services.
Riverside Parkc, 5A Fabryczna Street, 00-446, Warsaw
+48 22 480 8077
The Act of 10 January 2018 amends the provisions of the Restructuring Law.
The amendment introduced on November 24, 2017 to the Act on suretyships and guarantees granted by the State Treasury and certain legal entities introduces into the legal system a new model of financing suretyships and guarantees constituting public aid or de minimis aid granted by Bank Gospodarstwa Krajowego (BGK) to micro-entrepreneurs as well as small and medium-sized enterprises.
From January 1, 2018, every active VAT payer will be obliged to keep an electronic register
As of 2 September 2017 changes in the Act on the implementation of cohesion policy programs in 2014-2020 financial perspective have come into force and effect.
The new Real Estate Management Act has been in force since 1 September 2017. The act constitutes that the business activity related to brokerage in real estate transactions could be conducted only by entrepreneurs.
Since 2 September the new obligations has been imposed on the energy companies engaged in trans-border natural gas trading as well as on the entities importing natural gas. Obligations regard the permissible ways of maintaining mandatory gas reserves and providing information to the transmission system operator on the location of mandatory gas reserve storage.
In Poland, as of 25 September 2017, the provisions of the amended Renewable Energy Sources Act are coming into full force and effect. This brings serious financial consequences for the Polish energy market.
In May 2016, General Data Protection Regulation
was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. Everybody who has
an establishment within the EU and process personal data in the context of the activities
of such establishment will have to get ready for the new
GSW Legal, associate office of GRATA International in Poland — advised iPOS on the deal, a loan provision from Capital Partners Investment Fund.
104, M. Ospanov Street, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan, 050020
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