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Passport to resolution - Your global guide to dispute pathways

  • Poland
  • Litigation and dispute management

06-11-2015

This publication has been created to provide you with a quick reference guide to global dispute resolution procedures. We hope that you 

find it a useful starting point for information when you are involved in a dispute that is either cross-border or outside your own 

jurisdiction.

This guide includes information on dispute resolution procedures in 32 jurisdictions and on a country-by-country basis gives an overview of:

•The main dispute resolution methods
•Whether mediation is necessary
•The length of time between issuing a claim and receiving a judgment after trial
•Any limitation periods that usually apply to bringing a claim
•Whether or not Court proceedings are public
•Whether injunctive relief is available
•Whether or not unsuccessful parties can appeal a judgment
•Any other country specific considerations

If you have a specific issue, please contact one of our experts for advice tailored to your particular circumstances.

This publication has been created by the international team of our lawyers to provide you with a quick reference guide to global dispute resolution procedures. We hope that you find it a useful starting point for information when you are involved in a dispute that is either cross-border or outside your own jurisdiction.

This guide includes information on dispute resolution procedures in 32 jurisdictions and on a country-by-country basis gives an overview of:

  • The main dispute resolution methods
  • Whether mediation is necessary
  • The length of time between issuing a claim and receiving a judgment after trial
  • Any limitation periods that usually apply to bringing a claim
  • Whether or not Court proceedings are public
  • Whether injunctive relief is available
  • Whether or not unsuccessful parties can appeal a judgment
  • Any other country specific considerations

If you have a specific issue, please contact one of our experts for advice tailored to your particular circumstances.

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