Bartłomiej Wyjatek of the Corporate Law practice group at Wardyński & Partners explains how the court register protects the interests of participants in commercial transactions.
There is no regulation in Polish law directly governing challenges to resolutions of the management board or supervisory board of a capital company. Thus there have long been doubts whether there is any way to set aside these resolutions.
An amendment to the Regulations Enacting the National Court Register Act has gone into effect that significantly changes the rules for re-registering pre-war companies in the National Court Register. The amendment makes it more difficult to reactivate pre
Łukasz Koziński and Bartłomiej Wyjatek from the Corporate Law practice group at Wardyński & Partners discuss why the “one-stop shop” approach to business registrations has not achieved the expected savings in time.