Poland is an investor-friendly country and, as a EU member, it benefits from the common legal and regulatory frameworks within the EU. On the other hand, there are a number of specific provisions in Polish law that will be relevant in the context of setting up a legal entity or engaging self-employed IT team members.
In the former case, it will be important, for example, to know if the management board of your subsidiary in Poland includes at least one Polish national or not (in the former case, the registration is much faster and cheaper). For self-employed candidates, it may be important to know the exact wording of their duties to be set out in the contract: this will determine the PKD codes (Polish nomenclature of economic activities) and the candidates’ tax status in Poland.
If you would like to consult a competent lawyer about selected issues, please do not hesitate to contact us. We can recommend suitable law firms in Poland that offer reasonable pricing. In some cases, whenever necessary, we can also recommend lawyers from other countries who are familiar with Polish regulations (in this case, the cost may be higher).