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Constitutional Tribunal Finds Undertakings Have Right To Appeal Against Consent To Conduct Searches
However, the court's ruling in this regard (ie, a ruling authorising the search) could not have been appealed again before the higher court.
Poland
9 Jul 2019
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First Year Of Law On Unfair Practices In Food Sector – An Overview
One year has passed since the Act on Counteracting the Unfair Use of Contractual Advantage in the Trade of Agricultural and Food Products entered into force.
Poland
4 Oct 2018
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Competition Authority Adopts New Approach To Gathering Electronic Evidence During Dawn Raids
The Office for Competition and Consumer Protection carried out dawn raids at premises of companies operating in the fitness sector.
Poland
25 Oct 2017
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Private Enforcement Act Adopted by the Polish Parliament
On 21 April 2017, the lower house of the Polish Parliament ("Sejm") adopted the Act on Private Enforcement of Competition Law (the "Act"), which transposes Directive 2014/104/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 November 2014 (the so-called "Damages Directive") into Polish law.
Poland
1 Jun 2017
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Major Step Taken Towards Implementation Of The Damages Directive In Poland
The Act will now be forwarded to the Parliament for further work, so certain details may still change.
Poland
28 Mar 2017
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Application Of EU Soft Law By The Office Of Competition And Consumer Protection In An Example Of Agency Agreements
In connection with the outlined division of the sources of EU law, the question arises: should soft law provisions be taken into consideration in judicial practice of national competition authorities and of Member States' courts?
European Union
5 May 2016
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