SSW together with BPCC and Omnitec organised a meeting on “The approaching changes in personal data protection – the EU regulation from a practical perspective”
On 20 September 2016, a meeting titled “The approaching changes in personal data protection – the EU regulation from a practical perspective” was held in the IBB Andersia Hotel in Poznań. During the event, a talk on new legal regulations concerning personal data protection across the EU member states was delivered by Joanna Tomaszewska Ph.D., Partner in SSW. Apart from SSW, the event was co-organised by the British-Polish Chamber of Commerce (BPCC) and Omnitec.
PlayWay S.A. is a producer and publisher of computer and mobile games marketed both in Poland and abroad. To date, the Company, together with its subsidiaries, produced and published over 40 games, which sold or were downloaded all around the globe in around 15 million copies. Owing to a large number of publications, the Group is building its position in multiple segments of the games market, both for mobile applications as well as PC and Mac computers. Simulators are one of the key types of the games produced by the Group, including the subsequent editions of the flagship title of the Company: Car Mechanic Simulator. Currently, the Group is working on the development of over 60 new game titles and extensions, and in 2017 it is planning to enter a new segment of the games market and launch its first productions for PlayStation andXbox consoles.
The drafting of the prospectus was a task of lawyers from the capital markets law team. The work of the team was led by Dr Szymon Okoń, Partner in the capital markets law team of SSW supported by Katarzyna Dymel. In the near future, the company is planning to make its début on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
Eurocent S.A. finalised F-series bond issue. SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Wspólnicy acts as the legal advisor in the process
Eurocent S.A. is a dynamically growing financial institution which specialises in delivering financial products such as home collected cash loans, targeted at individual customers.
The drafting of the issue documentation was led by lawyers from the capital markets law team. The work of the team was coordinated by Szymon Okoń Ph.D. - Partner in the capital markets law team of SSW.
Dominik Strzałkowski appeared as a speaker during a seminar titled “Wind farms in the face of adverse changes in the regulatory and market environment – possible responses”
On 6 September 2016, a seminar titled “Wind farms in the face of adverse changes in the regulatory and market environment – possible responses” organised by PSEW (the Polish Wind Energy Association) was held in Warsaw. During the seminar, Dominik Strzałkowski delivered a presentation on “Power clusters and hybrid installations – outline of new institutions, opportunities for participants and challenges for legislators”.
PGS Software S.A. makes market debut on the WSE. SSW Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Wspólnicy acts as the legal advisor in the process
PGS Software S.A. is a provider of programming and testing services, concerned primarily with mobile and internet solutions as well as database creation. The company offers comprehensive IT solutions to business customers, designed according to their specific needs. The offering includes comprehensive software development services (from business analysis up to maintenance), as well as individual programming and testing services. PGS Software S.A. markets its services directly and through its foreign partners. Its customers include players of various sizes, operating in all the sectors of the economy. The Group is present on numerous foreign markets, including the United Kingdom, United States, Germany and France. Currently, the Group employs over 400 persons.
The drafting of the prospectus was led by lawyers from our Capital Markets Law Team. The work of the team was coordinated by Dr Szymon Okoń, Partner in the capital markets law team of SSW. Yesterday, the company made its debut on the Warsaw Stock Exchange.
SSW together with BPCC and Omnitec organise a meeting on “The approaching changes in personal data protection – the EU regulation from a practical perspective”
The meeting will be held on Tuesday, 20 September 2016, in the IBB Andersia Hotel, at 3 Anders Square in Poznań, from 9:30 till 12:00.
New legal regulations concerning personal data protection will soon enter into force in all the Member States. It is worth starting the preparations for these revolutionary changes to personal data protection right now. The upcoming changes will have an enormous impact on the execution of business processes in all the areas of companies' activities, be it B2B or B2C relationships.
The meeting will provide a perspective on the approaching changes from three crucial angles: new legal requirements, implementation of the regulations in the ongoing operational activities of an organisation and corporate social responsibility, i.e. building the relations with Customers and business partners based on the development of a good practice code in this area:
Dr Joanna Tomaszewska - Attorney at Law, Partner in Spaczyński, Szczepaniak & Wspólnicy (SSW) law firm, responsible for the personal data protection practice
Anna Buczynska Borowy - Information Security Officer in Omnitec, Operations Director responsible for front and back office processes in the process management area. The participation in the meeting is free. Language: Polish.
The agenda and registration form are available here. The admission is free.
You may also register through our office. To do so, please contact Bartosz Nowacki (Marketing & Communication Specialist) – email@example.com
We are looking forward to meeting you!
On 13 April 2016, Dirlango Trading & Investments Limited, Mr Artur Banach and Mr Sebastian Białousz, on one side, and the private equity fund Innova Capital signed an agreement on investment in Netsprint S.A. and LeadR Sp. z o.o. (companies from the Dirlango portfolio controlled by Łukasz Wejchert and Maciej Żak).
On 23 June, the transaction came into effect and the leading Central European fund became a shareholder in Netsprint.
The Mergers and Acquisitions Team of Spaczyński, Szczepaniak i Wspólnicy sp.k. led by Dr Paweł Chyb supported Dirlango and minority shareholders in the joint-venture process with Innova Capital.
More on CEE Legal Matters website.
Joanna Wieczorek spoke during Eurosatory – the largest international defence industry trade show which was held in Paris on 13-17 June. Joanna Wieczorek appeared as an aviation law expert and presented Polish legal solutions with respect to unmanned aerial vehicles during a panel titled “Fly rules: Key Factor to turn on the UAV Business”.
On 15 June 2016, a meeting entitled “International transfers of personal data: new EU Regulation, new practice” was held in the Paris office of UGGC law firm.
Presentations during the seminar dedicated to changes in personal data protection regulations at the EU level were delivered by:
- Dr Joanna Tomaszewska, Attorney at law, Partner and Leader of Intellectual Property, New Technologies and Information Protection Practice of SSW
- Elisabeth Logeais, partner at UGGC Avocats
- Pascale Gelly, advocate, data security administrator at Groupe ADP, well known French lawyer specialising in personal data protection.
- Thomas Selly, advisor in electronic evidence management at Kroll Ontrack
SSW and the French law firm UGGC Avocats invite to a meeting in Paris dedicated to personal data protection
Spaczyński, Szczepaniak i Wspólnicy Sp.k. and the French law firm UGGC Avocats are pleased to invite you to a meeting dedicated to personal data protection, which will take place on 15 June between 12:00 -14:30 in Paris, at the offices of UGGC.
The topics to be addressed during the meeting include:
- change is coming – what does the new European regulation on personal data protection mean for the business and how to get prepared for the approaching changes;
- general compliance status of data processing by entrepreneurs in Poland and in France – Polish-French comparison perspective;
- amended DPO regulations and changes in the approach to personal data of sole proprietors – the Polish perspective;
- flow of personal data within a holding organisation, including countries outside of the EEA; how to transfer data according to the applicable regulations – the Polish, French and European perspective;
- enforcement of personal data protection regulations, approach to the ECJ decision – Safe Harbour as seen by the regulators: the Polish GIODO and the French CNIL.