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Dr Tomasz Szczurowski
ORCID: 0000-0002-2967-0919
Assistant professor at the Department of Economic Law and Digital Economy at The Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University  (UKSW) in Warsaw, judge in Court of Appeal in Warsaw.
DOI: 10.33226/0137-5490.2020.5.5

The subject of the article is a right of shareholder to vote during general meeting. The author concerns the interpretation of article 413 § 1 of The Commercial Company Code. The law regulates that the shareholder may not, in person or by proxy, or as a proxy of another person, vote on resolutions on his liability towards the company on any account, including the granting of approval of performance of his duties, release from an obligation towards the company or a dispute between him and the company. The author highlights a personal and material scopes of this regulation and its affects the validity of resolution of the general assembly.

Keywords: right to vote; shareholder
DOI: 10.33226/0137-5490.2020.3.6
JEL: K22

The subject of the article is revue rulings of the
Supreme Court which were judged in 2019. The
author presents main points of the decisions and short
comments to them. The judgements deal with such
problems like list of receivable debts, kind of power of
attorney under article 210 of The Commercial
Company Code, right trustee to bring an action
against the resolution of the shareholders, cost of
private opinion as a damage, liquidated damages,
recovery costs of debts, marital property separation in
case of declaration of bankruptcy.

Keywords: judgement; The Supreme Court
DOI: 10.33226/0137-5490.2020.1.5
JEL: K22

The subject of the article is a new mode of resignation of a management board member. It is regulated in article 202, 30056 , 368 of The Commercial Company Code. The law concerns the situation when as a result of resignation non seat in the management board is filled. The author highlights new rules pertaining to limited liability company, simple joint-stock company and joint-stock company. He underlines that in the case of the first two types of companies the resignation should be addressed to shareholders and the member should convene meeting of shareholders (general meeting). The resignation will not enter into force until the day following the day on which the general meeting was held. In a joint-stock company the rules are different, because the resignation must be submitted to the supervisory board first. If non seats in the supervisory board is filled, it must be addressed to shareholders. The author focuses on problems with practical application of the new regulation.

Keywords: management board member; resignation
DOI: 10.33226/0137-5490.2019.11.6
JEL: K22

The subject of the article is a new mode of proceedings in a business lawsuit. It is regulated in the Code of Civil Procedure under the Act of 4 July 2019 which will enter into force 3 months after its publication. The author describes this new regulation. He highlights new rules pertaining to bringing of evidence and restrictions related to parties declarations and motions for evidence. He underlines that it should let the court finish the proceedings in six months.

Keywords: business lawsuit; specific proceedings for a business lawsuit

Assistant professor at the Department of Economic Law and Digital Economy at The Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University  (UKSW) in Warsaw, judge in Court of Appeal in Warsaw.