50th session of the UNICTRAL Working Group V

We are glad to announce that  mec.  BARTOSZ GROELE, Vice-President of Allerhand Institute, is participating in the 50th session of the UNCITRAL Working Group V on insolvency law in Vienna, 12-16 December 2016. UNCITRAL (United Nation Commission on International Trade Law) main objective is to promote the progressive harmonization and unification of the international trade law. Regulations are processed by the committee attended by Representatives of 60 member countries.

Schedule of next meeting

"Action grants to support European Judicial Training"

We are glad to announce that Allerhand Institute has submitted proposal in European Commission call “Action grants to support European Judicial Training”. The proposal concernes issues of cross – border insolvency of group of companies.  We would like to thank our institutional Partners - University of Florence, Estonian Chamber of Bailiffs and Trustees in Bankruptcy and Vytautas Magnus University in Kaunas and all the experts who declared their support in the process of implementing the Project for their cooperation and involvement. The results are expected in March 2017. Let’s keep our fingers crossed!


Tomorrow, on 26 October 2016, dr habil. Arkadiusz RADWAN, President of the Allerhand Institute, is going to participate in the next INFORMAL COMPANY LAW EXPERT GROUP meeting taking place in Brussels (Belgium). ICLEG, a high level advisory body consisting of 14 top EU experts in the field of company law and corporate governance, was set up to work out proposals on legislative framework to facilitate seat transfer across the EU.

Seminar entitled "The rule of law has many faces - the rule of law over me".

We are pleased to announce that on 6th October 2016 at 16.30 in the Allerhand Institute (pl. Sikorskiego 2/7) the interdisciplinary discussion on the concept of RULE OF LAW, its definition and perception in Poland and in the world, and its importance for economic development and civic awareness of Polish society, will take place.