The final text of draft legislation which may impose crippling restrictions on foreign lawyers in Poland is still uncertain after weeks of lobbying by various bodies. The Polish parliament had been expected to vote on the finalised draft on 22 January, but instead it handed it back to the parliamentary commission which was initially responsible for wording the proposed legislation. The final text of the legislation is now expected by the end of February.
Lawyers are hoping the education private finance initiative (PFI) blockage will be freed up with the first signing of a further education project this month. Robert Pirrie, head of the PFI unit at Scottish firm Maclay Murray & Spens, believes the deal he helped structure for Falkirk College will act as a blueprint for other […]