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Arbitration & ADR

07 November 2019
Maciej Durbas Important changes to arbitration of corporate disputes introduced

Poland - Kubas Kos Gałkowski

The arbitrability of corporate disputes has long been a controversial issue in Poland. Recent changes in Polish law introduced by the Act of 31 July 2019 aimed to resolve the issues surrounding and give the green light to arbitrating corporate disputes. Unfortunately, it seems that these amendments have failed to solve all of the problems and have even created additional uncertainties.

Authors: Maciej Durbas, Rafał Kos
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