We provide concrete solutions. Instead of theoretical analyses we offer assistance in eliminating a problem, entering into a transaction or winning a dispute. Listed below are projects in which we successfully provided advice, combining knowledge of various disciplines of law and taxes.


May 2018
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Dismissal of a claim for liquidated damages due to withdrawal from a subcontract

KSP lawyers represented an entrepreneur in proceedings for payment of liquidated damages of PLN 500.000 due to withdrawal from a contract. The Court admitted all our arguments supporting the lack of grounds for imposition of the liquidated damages and shared our interpretation of the contract. The Court held that no liquidated damages were payable under a subcontract if the withdrawal occurred before commencement of the main contract.  This led to dismissal of the entire claim for payment of PLN 500,000 and adjudication of all costs of the proceedings in favour of out client. The judgment has become final.

February 2018
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Successful restructuring supported by KSP lawyers

KSP lawyers participated in a restructuring process which ended with a final court-approved arrangement. The restructuring was among the first proceedings in the region of Silesia applying to a part of debt only, and consisting of conversion of the debt to shares of the restructured enterprise. The value of the debt-to-equity conversion exceeded 125 million zlotys.

January 2018
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Revolutionary changes in Corporate Income Tax and the 2nd Innovation Package: what are taxpayers about to face in 2018 - a series of training sessions

Our clients can benefit from our training sessions concerning regulations “sealing up” the CIT and VAT systems, which have already become effective or are going to take effect in 2018. The purpose of the training is to present the changes and their impact on business, and to enable taxpayers to get ready for them. As an example, implementation of the split payment mechanism in VAT, which is supposed to be voluntary, may require adjustment of financial and bookkeeping systems from all VAT payers. On the other hand, the innovation package offers new possibilities to use the R&D exemption, which has so far been available for selected taxpayers only. During the training sessions we discuss practical consequences of the changes using real life examples.


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