Force Majeure clause
The force majeure clause is designed to protect the parties to a given contract from liability for unforeseeable events that may prevent the performance of an obligation in accordance with the contract.
The purpose of the indemnification clause is to define which party to the contract and in what way will be responsible for particular types of breaches of the contract or for events that may occur during its application.
Change of control clause
This clause grants the party in favor which it was included certain privileges that can be exercised in the case of the control changes.
Jarosław Rudy, Attorney at Law, advised the fund operated by Kvarko ASI sp. z o.o. on investments in MEDITRANSFER sp. z o.o.
Jarosław Rudy, Managing Partner of Żyglicka i Wspólnicy Law Firm, Attorney at Law, advised the fund operated by Kvarko ASI sp. z o.o. on investments in MEDTRANSFER sp. z o.o., which performs an R&D project.
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