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Merry Christmas and a healthy and happy New Year 2024!

2023 is drawing to a close. We hope that you and your loved ones can find peace in the festive season ahead, enjoy the time and recharge your batteries for 2024. We wish you and your staff a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year.
As well as last year instead of Christmas cards for partners and clients, we donated for a good cause: This year our Berlin office donates 1000 € to the Freya von Moltke Foundation for the New Kreisau (, - which supports the work of the German-Polish youth meeting place in the Polish village of Krzyżowa.

Medical opinions under scrutiny: what employers should keep in mind

A medical certificate affirming the ability to work in the occupied position is a mandatory component of employee documentation. Employers should ensure that employees' medical certificates remain up-to-date, covering both working conditions and any changes in employees' health status. The issues of appealing against so-called conditional medical certificates, directing employees for preventive examinations, and the consequences of refusing to undergo such examinations are discussed by Trainee attorney-at-law (PL) Maria Aleksiejak in her latest article.


Conference: Mobbing, Discrimination, and Work-Life Balance - 3 Challenges for Organizations in Practice

On the 23rd of November 2023, we are organizing an online conference titled:
"Mobbing, Discrimination, and Work-Life Balance - 3 Challenges for Organizations in Practice"

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

For the third time, we have prepared an event dedicated to the issues of mobbing and discrimination, including prevention and risk minimization from an employer's perspective. This year, we have expanded the conference's theme to include work-life balance, which proves to be a significant challenge for employers in practice.

Speakers - Karolina Barałkiewicz-Sokal, Paula Staszak-Urbańska, and Jan Muszyński, along with dr Henryka Bochniarz, Katarzyna Łażewska-Hrycko, Anna Makowska, Judge Tomasz Kałużny, Maciej Panek, Dominika Sadowska, Robert Lisiecki, Nadia Kurtieva, and Michał Pajdak, will examine mobbing and discrimination from various perspectives, including legal and judicial, psychological, and from the perspective of employers.

The conference is endorsed by the Lewiatan Confederation, the Polish-German Economic Circle in Poznań (DWK), the Greater Poland Employers' Association, Panek CarSharing, the National Anti-Mobbing Association, the divercity+ company, the portal, and the Women in Law Foundation.

The conference is primarily aimed at representatives of employers, including CEOs, HR department managers, business owners, board members, individuals responsible for compliance, and broadly defined managerial staff.

The detailed event program and organizational information are available on the dedicated conference website

Participation in the conference is free of charge, but due to limited seats, registration is mandatory. 

We warmly invite you to join us!

Wind Energy Hamburg 2022

Attorney at law in Poland Karolina Barałkiewicz-Sokal will participate in the international trade fair Wind Energy Hamburg 2022, which will take place from 27-30 September. The event is organised by Wind Energy. 

The Wind Energy Fair is one of the largest and most prestigious events dedicated to the wind energy sector, bringing together investors, practitioners and experts related to the wind industry.

A detailed programme of the event is available at

Upcoming changes in Polish labour law

On the Tax and Law Telegram blog, trainee attorney-at-law Paulina Czaja summarises the most important upcoming changes in employment law in 2022. We encourage you to read the article "Changes in labour law in 2022".

While it is still too early to review and possibly update or introduce new solutions in workplaces, it is worth keeping an eye on it and in the near future map out the areas that need to be regulated, including but not limited to:

• rules on parental leave;

• the rules for determining maternity benefits;

• new care leave;

• justification for the termination of fixed-term employment contracts;

• new definitions and regulation of home office;

• preventive checks on the sobriety of employees.

Should You have any questions on the matter, we encourage You to contact the attorney-at-law Karolina Barałkiewicz-Sokal and the trainee attorneys-at-law Paula Staszak and Paulina Czaja, who advise the Firm's clients on issues relating to labour law.

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