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BKB Law Firm was awarded in the Legal 500 ranking

We are proud to announce that our Law Firm has been awarded in yet another international legal ranking. The Legal 500 the Middle East & Africa recommended BKB Baran Książek Bigaj in the Employment category (Tier 2). The individual award “Leading Individuals” was granted to Legal Counsel Daniel Książek. In the grounds, the Jury emphasised [...]

Covid police is persecuting employees of production plants and punishing them with fines

Large work establishments are increasingly often becoming the places of coronavirus outbreaks. In order to avoid downtime resulting from potential quarantine or isolation, enterprises that employ a high number of employees decide to introduce security measures in form of additional OHS services. They check whether all employees comply with the sanitary restrictions implemented by the [...]

Whistleblowers: a wide protective umbrella

We would like to invite you to read the new article in the “Compliance and Whistleblowers” series that we write for the Rzeczpospolita daily newspaper. In the newest publication, dr Beata Baran analysed the list of entities that should be subject to protection as a result of reported irregularities in the organisation. The expert from [...]

Whistleblowers: Practical comments by Dr Beata Baran

More and more companies are considering the implementation of whistleblowing solutions even before the EU Directive on the protection of whistleblowers had entered into force. Public sector entities are also facing a similar challenge. The relevant new regulations are discussed by dr Beata Baran in a series of practical comments that are available to users [...]

The scientific conference “An interdisciplinary approach to work – reflections in the reality of the pandemic”

A year after the introduction of the first restrictions aimed at minimising the spreading of the coronavirus, the Department of Labour Law and Social Policy of the Jagiellonian University organised a conference to summarise the changes in social life, in particular on the job market. The conference was opened by prof. Krzysztof Baran. Łukasz Łaguna, [...]

Choosing a wrong negotiation partner may render collective redundancies invalid

We would like to recommend an article by Att. Wojciech Bigaj who analyses the obligations of employers connected with collective redundancies in the Rzeczpospolita newspaper. The expert from BKB explains the actions that an employer may take if there are no active trade unions in the enterprise, the way of selecting workers’ representatives and whether [...]

Disciplinary proceedings in cases of members of Police services Models and principles

We recommend you the book by dr Beata Baran published by Wolters Kluwer. The author of the publication “Disciplinary proceedings in cases of members of Police services. Models and principles” presented an analysis of the disciplinary proceedings in Police forces, referring to disciplinary law, criminal procedure, and administrative procedure. In her study, dr Beata Baran [...]

Webinar: Labour law in practice

On March 23 2021, the Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers organised a webinar Q&A session for its members. During the session, BKB experts discussed the main issues of labour law. Attorney Wojciech Bigaj and attorney Paweł Krzykowski answered the questions about individual and collective redundancies, termination of employment, and implementing voluntary redundancy programmes.  Dr Beata Baran [...]

How to implement whistleblowing in an organisation?

The latest issue of the weekly magazine “Biznes w pandemii” (Business during the pandemic), a special supplement for the subscribers of the Rzeczpospolita daily newspaper, features an article by dr Beata Baran. The legal counsel from BKB described the main steps to be taken when implementing whistleblowing systems. Our expert explained why the first step [...]