Interactive breakfast discussion “Insolvency & arbitration – practical implications”

Time:  8 am – 9 am on Thursday, 7 December 2023

Location: Café Bristol, Krakowskie Przedmieście 42/44, Warsaw (7 minutes walk from the conference venue).



  1. If you submit your participation in the meeting, the co-administrators of your personal data will be:
    1. Polish Chamber of Commerce with its seat in Warsaw at ul. Trębacka 4, 00-074 Warsaw,, phone: +48 22-630-96-00, email:;
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    in order to enable you to subscribe, participate and receive a certificate confirming your participation in it.

  2. In connection with your signing up, personal data is co-administered by the entities described above in point 1, in accordance with Art. 26 GDPR. Therefore, these entities, in order to fulfill the obligation imposed on the co-administrators, concluded an agreement on the co-administration of personal data, in which they jointly and in agreement agreed on appropriate roles and responsibilities for fulfilling individual obligations in the field of protection and processing of personal data of participants in the meeting.
  3. The entities mentioned in point 1, as part of the arrangements, agreed that the activities covered by the co-administration include the processing of Participants' personal data in order to enable registration and participation in the event, as well as the issue of certificates.
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  7. Providing data is voluntary. Failure to do so, however, will make it impossible to participate in the meeting and issue a certificate.
  8. The data will be processed until the certificates and materials are delivered.
  9. The Participant has the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory body dealing with the protection of personal data in the Member State of the User's habitual residence or place of work or the place of the alleged infringement. In Poland, the competent authority is the President of the Personal Data Protection Office.
  10. The joint administrators, pursuant to Art. 26 sec. 1 GDPR designate a contact point to which the Participant may address any matter related to the processing of personal data by the co-administrators. The contact point is the Polish Chamber of Commerce. Contact with the contact point for data subjects is possible at Notwithstanding the foregoing, the Participant may exercise his rights under the GDPR in accordance with art. 26 sec. 3 GDPR towards any of the joint controllers jointly responsible for the processing of personal data covered by joint controllership, i.e. towards any of the entities listed in point 1 of this information.