Regulations for the WKB – IPllectual Online Service

The online service mentioned below (hereafter “Service”), available at, is provided by WKB Wierciński Kwieciński Baehr sp.k. headquartered in Warsaw, Plac Małachowskiego 2, 00-066 Warsaw, entered into the registry of entrepreneurs maintained by the District Court for the Capital City of Warsaw, XII Commercial Division, National Court Register, under the number KRS 187067 (hereafter “Law Office”).

Use of the Service indicates acceptance of the terms and conditions of the following regulations.

Content on the Service

On the Service, articles and other materials on juridical topics are published. These articles do not constitute legal opinions or any kind of legal advice. The articles also do not constitute information regarding the currently binding law in force. In order to obtain opinions or legal advice, contact the Law Office directly.

Technical requirements

In order to use the Service, a computer or mobile device with Internet access, as well as an installed web browser supporting HTML5 is required. In addition, cookies must be enabled.

Terms of use for the Service

Users of the service are obliged to:

  • comply with the regulations and currently binding legal terms during use of the Service, including respecting the personal interests and intellectual property rights of the Law Office and of third parties,
  • post no content of an illegal nature,
  • provide information that is legal, precise and current, not deceptive or violating the rights of third parties,
  • not permit activities leading to the compromise of the security of the data stored on the Service, not allow unauthorised persons access to the Service, and not engage in any other activities with the purpose of disrupting the proper functioning of the Service.


Insofar as the reference to a concrete article is not otherwise denoted, articles published on the Service constitute works as understood by the Act of 4 July 1994 regarding copyright and derivative copyright, and are made available on the basis of the Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Polska licence.

This means that the Law Office permits the copying, distribution, reproduction and use of articles, but under the terms of the above licence, in particular under the condition that no changes are introduced to the article and authorship is properly attributed in accordance with the following requirements.

Every copy of an article must visibly include:

  • the full names of the authors,
  • a certification reading: “This text originates from the Online IPllectual Service of the Law Office of WKB Wierciński Kwieciński Baehr – The opinions expressed therein may no longer be current and may have been subject to change since the date of publication.”

We also suggest that copies be supplied with the WKB Wierciński Kwieciński Baehr sp. k. logo, which is available in jpg format here. This is, however, not required.

Copyright for all works other than articles (e.g. the graphic layout of the Service, photographs, source code), belong solely to the Law Office or a cooperating party, and neither do the Law Office nor these parties grant licence for the use of these works (unless otherwise noted).


Users of the Service may submit comments regarding articles published on the Service. Comments should be relevant to the content of the article and may not infringe on the rights of third parties. Comments should include the signature of the person submitting the comment.

The administrator of personal information submitted by users commenting on articles on the Service is WKB Wierciński Kwieciński Baehr sp.k., headquartered in Warsaw, Plac Małachowskiego 2, 00-066 Warsaw. Users’ personal information are saved for the purpose of operating the Service, in particular for the purpose of placing users’ comments on the Service. This information will not be shared with other parties. Users have the right to access content regarding their personal information and have the right to demand correction. Provision of personal information by users is voluntary.


The Service makes use of cookies.

Cookies constitute computer data, in particular text files, which are saved on the Service’s end user’s device and are designed for use of webpages and ensure the proper functioning of the Service.

Cookies are used by the service, among others, for the purpose of:

  • adapting the content of webpages to user preferences and optimising the use of webpages; in particular, these files make it possible to recognize the device employed by the user of the Service and the display a webpage adapted to his or her individual needs;
  • creation of statistics that foster understanding of how users of the Service make use of webpages, which makes improvements to their structure and content possible;
  • enabling users to comment on articles published on the Service.

By using the Service and using the appropriate browser settings (consisting of accepting cookies), users express their consent to such use of cookies.

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In case of any problems with the operation of the Service or any complaints regarding its operation, users may contact the Law Office at:

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