11-14 May 2020, online meeting of the Working Group V UNCITRAL (Insolvency Law)

On the days 11-14 May 2020 the members of the Working Group V UNCITRAL (Insolvency Law) meet online. The Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele is one of the delegates from Poland. As the scheduled for April and May sessions cannot take place in a traditional way due to the present situation in the world (PANDEMIC COVID-19), the UN has decided to organize an informal consultation online. The representatives of the majority of the 60 member countries will participate in the meetings during which they will discuss the changes in the draft text concerning the simplified insolvency proceedings. To read the agenda of the meeting click on the link bellow https://uncitral.un.org/en/working_groups/5/insolvency_law

08.05.2020 The Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele shares his insights in a press article entitled “How to save football clubs from being non-existent”

Recently, the whole world, also the world of football, is shaken by the COVID-19 Pandemic. About how football clubs should behave in the face of financial problems and possible problems with insolvency, shares his insights The Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele  for the Gazeta Wyborcza (Katowice) To read the whole article please click on the link bellowhttps://katowice.wyborcza.pl/katowice/7,35024,25929458,jak-ratowac-pilkarskie-kluby-przed-niebytem-po-spadku.html

The opening of remedial proceedings against a company carrying out cross-border supplies of energy products

Thanks to the team of the TPG Law Office: advocate Bartosz Magnowski, attorney-at-law Wojciech Młocek, and a bar trainee Karolina Piątek, under supervision of the Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele, the District Court in Warsaw issued a decision to open remedial proceedings against a company carrying out cross-border supplies of energy products, including liquid fuels, to the largest concerns in Europe and individual consumers. The company has been represented by our Law Office from the moment when we drafting the restructuring application, and we have continued into the newly opened remedial proceedings.

The Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele shares his insights in a press article entitled “The coronavirus epidemic need not lead to insolvency – about court restructuring” Daily „Rzeczpospolita” 04/14/2020

The Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele, who has been advising on enterprise restructuring for a decade now, shares his insights in a press article entitled “The coronavirus epidemic need not lead to insolvency – about court restructuring” which appeared in “Rzeczpospolita” on 14 April 2020. To read the whole article please click on the link bellow; https://www.rp.pl/Firma/304139963-Epidemia-koronawirusa-nie-musi-sie-konczyc-upadloscia-firmy—o-sadowej-restrukturyzacji.html

TPG Law Office’s analysis regarding the draft act on granting public aid and changes in law in the era of a pandemic crisis

Recently an interesting discussion ensued regarding the approach of individual countries to the pandemic crisis and the changes in law there taking place. It is worth getting acquainted with the presented solutions in the era of discussion on national solutions. We encourage you to read the TPG Law Firm’s analysis regarding the draft act on granting public aid to rescue or restructure businesses at: https://bit.ly/TPGDraftAct, a study prepared by the TPG Law Firm regarding the suspension of the deadlines for filing for bankruptcy during a coronavirus pandemic at:  https://lnkd.in/ga_UBfq  and a summary of legal solutions from other countries at: https://lnkd.in/gDgjmPR

 

Expert opinion of the Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele on declaring companies bankrupt during the epidemic

A fragment of the opinion of the Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele was quoted in Rzeczpospolita concerning the declaration of company bankruptcy during the current epidemic. Please find it in an article of Rzeczpospolita entitled “Coronavirus: declaration of bankruptcy must be suspended for the time of the epidemic.” To read the whole article please click on the link: https://www.rp.pl/Firma/303269893-Koronawirus-trzeba-zawiesic-oglaszanie-upadlosci-na-czas-epidemii.html

Bellow you can find the full standpoint of the TPG Law Office

 

TPG Law Office in charge of the flotation of the AGH Brewery (Browar Górniczo – Hutniczy)

At the end of January 2020 the official inauguration of the activity of Browar Górniczo–Hutniczy in Kraków took place. The Brewery opened to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the AGH University of Science and Technology. Browar Górniczo – Hutniczy raised PLN 2,500,000 through the public issuance of shares. Partner of the TPG Law Office advocate Mariusz Tomasik and our crew were in charge of providing complehensive legal services in the transaction.

Partner of TPG Law Office advocate Mariusz Tomasik takes gold in XXXVII Ski Championships of the Bar, Silesian Beskid 2020

Almost a month ago, from 28 February to 1 March 2020, the XXXVII Ski Championship of the Bar took place in the Silesian Beskid Mountains. Nearly 200 advocates and bar trainees from all over Poland competed. We are pleased to announce that Partner of the TPG Law Office, advocate Mariusz Tomasik took the 1st place in alpine skiing in the giant slalom competition. Congratulations!

 

24.03.2020 Amendment to the law on consumer bankruptcy

Today, that is on March 24 2020, an amendment to the law on consumer bankruptcy enters into force. The new version of the regulations offers debt relief for thousands of people a year – including those who are in financial trouble because of the recession related to the coronavirus pandemic. Consumer bankruptcy is now available in principle to anyone and it may significantly affect the realities of the court proceedings, says in “Dziennik Gazeta Prawna” Partner of TPG Law Office advocate Bartosz Groele. Please follow up on the article by clicking on the link below https://biznes.gazetaprawna.pl/artykuly/1462700,upadlosc-konsumencka-przepisy-uproszcza-procedure-oglaszania.html