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The JMK Advocate Office experience gained on a day-to-day basis allows us to keep you informed via our website about interesting decisions made in our Clients’ cases, as well as controversial positions of the courts, which we have encountered in our everyday practice.

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The registered office of the JMK Advocate Office is the loft of Nowa Papiernia in Wroclaw, Poland, at 142 D Gen. Tadeusza Kościuszki, premise no. 7, near the County Office in Wroclaw.

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From judicial decisions in the JMK Advocate Office

In the course of providing services to our Clients and during ongoing court proceedings, we encounter interesting and controversial rulings of the courts. Descriptions of the most interesting judgments are posted on the JMK Advocate Office blog.

Joint and several liability for debts to the Housing Cooperative

Who is responsible for the arrears in settling fees for the Housing Cooperative related to the operation of the premises?  Should the debt be covered by the owner of the dwelling or the person actually residing in it? In one of the cases conducted by JMK Advocate’s Office, the housing cooperative in Wrocław initiated legal proceedings against a person residing in a  premise, raising claims for unpaid fees  for the operation of…

Compensation for lost benefits for the energy company

Table of contents: 1. Legal basis for the claim sought by the energy enterprise. 2. The Court's findings - the claim for damages is justified. 3. The amount awarded. Can an energy company claim damages when the consumer ceases to draw electricity, deliberately disconnecting from the grid and then joining the grid of a new energy supplier? Is compensation due if the energy consumer disconnects during the period of notice…

Permissible criticism of an employer by a whistle-blower

https://www.prawo.pl/zdrowie/lekarza-i-pielegniarki-nie-mozna-zwolnic-za-sygnalizowanie,499189.html A whistle-blower (literally a ‘whistle blowing man’) is a person who publicises the activities of an employer or organisation with which the whistle-blower is professionally connected, opposing to law or ethics. The whistle-blower informs the public about violations of law, such as corruption, embezzlement or ill-treatment of employees. A frequent effect of such reports is the whistle-blower's problems in his work environment, consisting of harassment or humiliation by superiors…