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Business law

Numerous legal matters arise in the course of day-to-day activities of any business organization: contracts are entered into, and issues emerge at the junction of civil and tax laws.
Our firm assists clients in their-day-to-day business activities by:

  • preparing legal opinions concerning business-law matters in relation to clients’ specific issues, indicating possible solutions and potential risks involved in choosing a given solution
  • drafting or reviewing contracts in the area of civil law, broadly defined, as necessary for the functioning of any business, including the following types of contracts adapted to the client’s needs:
     
    • agency agreements
    • outsourcing agreements
    • agreements for services in the IT area
    • agreements for services in the area of marketing
    • property rental agreements
    • equipment lease agreements
  • supply and similar agreements
  • agreements concerning the provision of know-how

Our aim is to offer our clients optimal contractual solutions securing their interests. Therefore, we analyse contractual provisions from a wide range of perspectives, including consumer rights, data protection (including the protection of personal data), the protection of trade secrets and know-how, possible tax consequences, as well as laws and regulations on unfair competition and the guidelines of the Competition and Consumers Protection Office (UOKiK).

Kancelaria Adwokacka Dariusz Krupa S.K.A.’s lawyers assist clients in the process of entering into contracts also by taking part in negotiations concerning such contracts or representing clients in such negotiations.

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