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On a judgment which was not.

Posted in Litigation

After specialists on sky jumping and Formula 1, Poland has recently seen the rise of proceduralists, i.e. specialists on each and every proceedings, including, in particular, proceedings on front of tribunals. O tempora, o mores, in the media, the press, in restaurants, at bus stops and in parks almost everyone discusses procedure. Particular popularity has… Continue Reading

Appellate court is calling!

Posted in Arbitration

“Good morning, Sir. I’m calling from the appellate court in X – you transferred 300 zloty. What’s that for please?” “A court fee for the declaration of enforceability in Poland of a judgment of a foreign arbitration court.” “Sir, we are the appellate court and recognize only appeals” “No, from January 1st this year, the… Continue Reading