EU subsidies

The Lawyer of the Office provides legal assistance for entrepreneurs aiming to realize or realizing projects using funds from the European Union. Our assistance includes, in particular:

  • assessment of SME status (micro, small and medium enterprises) - this status is the condition sine qua non to receive funds in most of the competitions for co-financing from EU funds;
  • establishment of entities whose structure meets the formal conditions of competitions for co-financing from EU funds.
  • legal assistance in the establishment of cooperative relationships;
  • preparation/verification:

- software supply and implementation contracts,
- licence agreements (where the Client is the licensee),
- licence agreements (where the Client is the licensor),
- agreements relating to intellectual or industrial property,
- agreements relating to marketing services,
- standard contracts for B2B business model, 

  • legal assistance in the implementation of projects, new technologies (depending on the type of co-financed project: competition law, copyrights, industrial property protection, tax law, labour law, preparation of internal legal deeds for business  entities (by-laws, resolutions etc.), requirements of the act on electronic services provision, by-laws of e-services, privacy policy, personal data protection - including, in particular application to GIODO - Major Data Protection Supervisor, development of safety policy and IT system management instructions used for data processing);


The Office also conducts appeal proceedings concerning negative assessments of co-financing applications, including:

  • preparing protests or appeals;
  • conducting court and administrative proceedings  in the first instance, including preparing, bringing and supporting claims to the Province Administrative Court;
  • conducting court and administrative proceedings in the second instance (if necessary) including preparing, bringing and supporting the cassation appeal to the Supreme Administrative Court in Warsaw.