Mr Xawery Konarski > Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners > Krakow, Poland > Lawyer Profile
Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners Offices
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Mr Xawery Konarski
Head of TMT Practice supervising legal works for more than 80 multinational and Polish clients.
Attorney-at-law. Senior Partner
Specialises in IT, Internet, data protection and telecommunications laws, and has authored and co-authored several academic publications in this area. Deputy President of the Polish Chamber of Telecommunications and IT (PIIT), legal expert of the Internet Advertising Bureau Poland and the Polish Chamber of Insurance. He has been regularly ranked in numerous Polish and foreign rankings as a top TMT legal expert. In January 2022, he received an award of the President of the Office for the Protection of Personal Data for his work on data protection education and new technologies.
Xawery Konarski graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University. He has foreign internship experience, including at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek (The Hague) and Boekel de Neree (Amsterdam).
The team at specialist TMT firm Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners has a core focus on all three disciplines and is particularly active in matters regarding internet, e-commerce and telecoms regulations and contentious matters. Kracow-based co-founder Xawery Konarski and Grzegorz Sibiga in Warsaw, who has expertise in personal data protection and GDPR implementation, are the practice heads. Jan Byrski, who has strengths in financial innovation law, and senior associate Katarzyna Syska are also names of note.
TMT-focused boutique Traple Konarski Podrecki & Partners handles a broad range of mandates spanning Poland and Europe, especially in the telecoms, technology and media sectors, regarding internet, e-commerce and regulatory issues. Data protection, IT and fintech matters are also within the group’s capabilities. The practice is led by co-founder and new technologies specialist Xawery Konarski. IT lawyer Agnieszka Wachowska; Piotr Wasilewski, who specialises in media and advertising law; data protection expert Grzegorz Sibiga; and financial innovation law expert Jan Byrski are also of note.