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Kinga Ziemnicka

Kinga Ziemnicka

Associate

Expertise

  • Business-to-business contracts
  • Corporate law
  • Mergers & acquisitions

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

Profile
Kinga Ziemnicka is a legal adviser and specialises in civil and corporate law and is experienced in commercial contracts, in particular investment contracts. Kinga Ziemnicka has represented domestic and foreign clients in many court proceedings. She coordinates ongoing legal assistance to corporate clients, drafting and preparing opinions on various types of contracts, in particular joint venture agreements, share sale agreements, the sale of enterprises and/or their business units, and debt restructuring. She also conducts legal analyses of commercial entities and drafts legal opinions on corporate law.
Areas of Practice

Business-to-business contracts | Corporate law | Mergers & acquisitions

Articles

Decisions Taken Remotely by Company Bodies
Wardynski & Partners, March 2020

Among many problems facing businesses now is efficient management and decision-making when members of the company’s governing bodies cannot appear in person at headquarters for various reasons. Technology ensures efficient communications, but the possibility for corporate bodies to take resolutions remotely has been debatable in some situations...

Settlements Related to Non-Culpable Impossibility
Wardynski & Partners, March 2020

An issue concerning businesses at present is the problem of settlements between them resulting from non-culpable inability to perform contracts. This is an area that may require the Parliament’s intervention if current regulations prove insufficient. Due to the closure of anumber of facilities (restaurants, cinemas, some retail outlets), businesses are incurring huge losses...

Businesses’ Contractual Obligation in a Time of Pandemic
Wardynski & Partners, March 2020

Numerous sectors of the economy have been paralysed. The problem is not just closings or restricted access to arange of services, but also absence of staff due to illness, quarantine or childcare. Consequently, businesses cannot operate normally or perform their obligations on time. Alack of supplies by one company often carries over to an inability of its customers to fill their own orders. This bogs down the whole economy...

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