A Warsaw district court on Wednesday ruled against the extradition to Belarus of Stepan Putilo, a dissident blogger accused by the Belarusian authorities of instigating a government coup.
A Polish court has told social media giant Facebook that it has no legal standing to ignore complaints made in a foreign language.
A court in Warsaw has ruled in favour of Warsaw City Hall which has sought a ban on a far right march in central Warsaw on Independence Day, overturning a province governor's decision to grant the march priority status.
The head of the European Commission has said a judgement by the country’s Constitutional Tribunal challenging the primacy of EU law over national law questions the foundations of the EU.
The European Commission (EC) has expressed deep concern over a ruling by Poland's top court which has stated that interim measures regarding the functioning of the Polish judiciary system imposed by the EU court are incompatible with the Polish Constitution.
Fitness club operators are demanding compensation for losses caused by restrictions on their operating activities during the Covid-19 epidemic, a Polish newspaper reported on Friday.
A former Auschwitz prisoner cannot seek justice in a Polish court over the use of the term 'Polish camp' by German media, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled on Thursday.
A law stating that the outgoing human rights commissioner may perform his duties until a replacement is chosen is inconsistent with the Constitution, Poland's top court ruled on Thursday.
Poland’s national ombudsman has asked a court to halt the controversial takeover a regional publishing house by PKN Orlen, a state-owned petroleum giant.
The Warsaw Appeal Court has ruled that Judge Igor Tuleya, who was stripped of his immunity in November by the Supreme Court's Disciplinary Chamber, has the right to issue rulings.