On October 7-9, 2020, the 16th edition of ICABE 2020: The International Conference on Applied Business and Economics took place. A Partner of the Law Firm was invited to participate in this event. On the first day of the conference Advocate Bartosz Groele, together with scientists from the Gdańsk University of Technology and SGH Warsaw School of Economics, held a lecture on “Bankruptcy Law Severity for Debtors – Comparative Analysis Among Selected Countries.” This year the event was organized entirely online – by universities, educational institutions and economic organizations from Poland, Greece, Malta, Spain, Russia, Latvia and the United States. The conference aims to connect the world of science with business and economics in order to strengthen cooperation between scientists and professionals.
Dziennik Gazeta Prawna published an extensive article by advocate Bartosz Magnowski and attorney-at-law Krystyna Lachner entitled: “How to look after the creditor’s interests when simplified restructuring proceedings are underway”. The publication contains a number of practical examples, formulas and templates for creditors. We encourage you to read the article in a paper or electronic version at https://lnkd.in/dx8KJze
The publication entitled “COVID-19. BeckOK® Commentary on Anti-Crisis Shields ”, which was recently published on the Legalis platform of C.H. Beck, edited by Dr. Kamil Szmid, provides an exhaustive overview of the solutions introduced by the recently enacted laws aimed at mitigating the effects of the epidemic. The commentary was co-authored by over 40 practitioners who specialize in various areas of the law. Among them were the practitioners from our law firm: Partner of the Law Firm, advocate Bartosz Groele, attorney-at-law Bartosz Magnowski, attorney-at-law Wojciech Młocek and attorney-at-law trainee Patryk Zawada. Please find the publication at the link below: https://legalis.pl/aktualnosci/covid-19-komentarzedoustawantykryzysowych/fbclid=IwAR0mZXCXg0pmBIMqlpqgD9odajE1h1bli0jg3a293HLSl3qxW9sZRhu56i4
Attorney-at-law Wojciech Mocek and attorney-at-law trainee Karolina Piątek commented on the website Prawo.pl on the simplified restructuring proceedings which were introduced on June 24th this year by the Shield 4.0. The new law amending current bankruptcy law raises many interpretative doubts, e.g. concerning the conflict of the bankruptcy petition and the opening of simplified restructuring proceedings. We encourage you to read the whole article at the link below https://www.prawo.pl/biznes/uproszczone-postepowanie-restrukturyzacyjne-w-kolizji-z,502899.html
Another year of post-graduate studies in restructuring, bankruptcy and insolvencyl law combined with non-legal knowledge at the Jagiellonian University has just ended. Bartosz Groele, the Partner of the TPG Office Law, participated in this 4th edition of the workshop as an expert-practitioner. Despite the 3-month interruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the study program was successfully implemented. Indeed, it was not easy year, so the more do we congratulate the participants of the studies as well as the co-teachers, prosecutors, assessors and judges studying during this year’s edition.
On 18-19 September 2020 in Zagreb an International Conference on Applicable Law in Cross-Border Insolvency Proceedings will take place. The conference was re-scheduled from March 2020. The TPG Law Firm’s Partner, advocate Bartosz Groele, was invited to speak at the event. Owing to the dynamic changes of the Covid-19 pandemic, Counsel Groele will participate in the conference online. His presentation will contain the presentation of a scientific article which will be later published. The article is entitled: “The effects of foreign insolvency proceedings in the state of recognition”. Please feel free to read the conference programme at the link below: https://www.insol-europe.org/events/0/start_date/asc/colabelled
We are delighted to inform that Kamil Struś, a junior associate and an advocate trainee practicing since 2018 with the TPG Law Firm has achieved the 3rd best result at the Bar exam held by the Cracow Bar Association. Indubitably, this enormous professional success is due to Counsel Struś’ dedication to his work and in-depth exam preparation. On 9 September 2020 Counsel Struś was officially admitted to the Bar at an official Oath Ceremony held at the Cracow Bar Association. Thereby Counsel Kamil Struś has joined the ranks of fully qualified advocates of the TPG Law Firm. We are extremely proud to count him among our legal professionals.
The TPG law firm represented a large company from the payment services industry in a complex case in the field of acts of unfair competition, in which an action was brought by a competitor against the client of the law firm. The court issued a judgment in favour of the Law Firm’s client. The case was handled by Counsel Jan Pakosiewicz, attorney-at-law, and Mateusz Grzeszczyk, trainee.
We are delighted to announce that Advocate Bartosz Magnowski, who is also an insolvency practitioner, and Attorney-at–law Wojciech Młocek have been accepted as new Partners at the TPG Law Firm. Both of them have extensive experience in handling insolvency projects and they will develop restructuring and bankruptcy law practices in this new capacity. Congratulations and good luck!
Home Broker SA has started cooperation with the TPG Law Office in drafting and filing a bankruptcy petition. A Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele is actively conducting this stage of the proceedings together with advocate Bartosz Magnowski and attorney-at-law Wojciech Młocek. This is another extensive and demanding insolvency project in the real estate industry in the Law Office’s portfolio.