2020. 08. 26
Date: September 9
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Webinar language - English
The European Commission’s “Mobility Package” is an initiative for changing and extending EU road transport rules. It intends to better balance the objectives of safety, social fairness, sustainability and economy for the European road transport system.
Among the new set of rules, three legal acts stand out as problematic to the transport sector: drivers' rest periods, driver posting and cabotage within another EU country with its requirement to return the vehicle to its country of registration every 8 weeks.
- Mobility package – the perspective from the side of Poland? How the Mobility package will change labor mobility?
- What are the opportunities for establishing transport and logistics companies in Poland?
- Possibilities of drivers’ “lease” (temporary employment)
- Drivers from non-EU countries – requirements for employment
- New working conditions for drivers following the adoption of the Mobility Package (rest periods (frequency, places where to rest), etc..
- New procedures for the posting of drivers (salary changes, procedures for posting orders, etc).
- Return of the vehicle to the State of registration.
- Introduction of a break between cabotage operations.
- New conditions for getting/maintaining licenses for freight transport.
MAGDALENA BARTNIK - JDP Drapała & Partners, Associate (Poland)
Associate with the Transaction Team. She deals with transaction projects, mergers and acquisitions, including share deals, asset deals and joint ventures, together with conducting due diligence. She provides ongoing corporate and contract services to Polish and foreign enterprises with regard to civil and commercial law, as well as corporate governance and compliance. She also specializes in advisory concerning labour law, including aspects such as: the transfer of an employing establishment, regulating the employment relationship with members of the management board, non-competition agreements and management contracts. Her clients include companies from automotive, production, commercial and real estate sectors.
ADRIAN ANDRYCHOWSKI - JDP Drapała & Partners, Advocate, Senior Associate (Poland)
Advocate with the Transaction Team. He specializes in conducting court proceedings, in particular proceedings associated with corporate disputes, M&A transactions and cross-border trading. He has represented clients in proceedings regarding liability for breach of representations and warranties given with respect to the sale of enterprises and in complicated corporate disputes over validity of resolutions on election of management board members, he also represented foreign investors in disputes arising from breach of a shareholders agreement. He also specializes in disputes related to property recovery and the enforcement of difficult debts - the so-called „asset tracing & recovery matters”. He has also experience in providing transaction advice to foreign entities carrying out investment projects in Poland.
TOMAS BAGDANSKIS – iLAW, Managing Partner (Lithuania)
Tomas Bagdanskis is practicing as Attorney-at-Law since 2002 and has expertise and deep specialization in Company Law, Labour and Employment Law, as well as in Litigation.
Dr. Tomas Bagdanskis took a significant role in legislation on Temporary Employment in Lithuania. He was a member of staffing statute development working group in the Ministry of Social Security and Labour. Mr. Bagdanskis made his recommendations on the temporary staffing project to the Ministry of Social Security and Labour which was responsible for preparing the statute to implement the Directive 2008/104/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council on Temporary Agency Work.
Tomas Bagdanskis is listed in international legal guides Best Lawyers and Chambers Europe as one of the best attorneys in Labour Law in Lithuania. Clients praise his “impressive experience and attention to detail.”
RŪTA GLOBYTĖ – iLAW, Senior Associate, Attorney-at-law (Lithuania)
Lawyer Rūta Globytė graduated from Mykolas Romeris University with a Master's degree in Civil Law and a Master's degree in European Union and International Business Law from the joint program of Mykolas Romeris University and the University of Savoie Mont Blanc (Chambery, France). Rūta joined the iLAW team in December 2015. The main areas of practice of lawyer Rūta Globytė are Labor law; Labor dispute resolution; Social security law; Civil law; Administrative law.