Copyright law in Poland belongs to the system of continental law, and its essential feature is the emphasis on the bond between the creator and the work. According to the law, a computer program, among others, is considered a work, and its protection extends to all forms of expression.
How should entities, providing services in the new technology industry, protect their interests when concluding contracts with customers, suppliers or employees?
What is worth paying attention to when entering into cross-border contracts?
Well, and what intellectual property tax benefits are available to IT companies?
Answers to these and many other questions are included in the handbook prepared by specialists from the Krakow law firm "KWKR Konieczny Wierzbicki and Partners". One of KWKR's leading areas of specialization is legal services for companies in the IT sector, so the free e-book covers those aspects of copyright law that may be of particular interest to entities in this industry.
This study will be a particularly valuable compendium of knowledge for entrepreneurs considering starting a business in Poland or planning to cooperate with Polish companies in software development or the provision of professional IT services. The manual has been made available on the KWKR law firm's website completely free of charge, as part of an effort to raise awareness among clients using legal services.