Poland's Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK) has announced that it will appeal a Polish court ruling annulling the fines imposed on Russian natural gas giant Gazprom and five companies responsible for the Russian-German Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline project.
A reform of Polish courts is "absolutely necessary," Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the leader of the ruling Law and Justice party has said.
Two Polish children, a brother and sister, will remain with their mother in Poland and will not be extradited to Britain to be with their father, a Ghanaian national, a Warsaw appeals court has ruled.
A Warsaw court has issued an arrest warrant against a Russian air traffic controller who was on duty at the time when the Polish presidential plane crashed in Smolensk on April 10, 2010.
Plank Nailed: Hungarian mobster Zoltan Plank was seized by a specialist police unit known as the ‘Head Hunters’ after they received a tip off about an address in the town of Kepno in south-central Poland.
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.