Anna Kobylańska

Advocate, Partner

Anna Kobylańska is an advocate, member of the District Bar Chamber in Warsaw. Prior to establishing her own law firm, for more than ten years she practiced Intellectual Property, New Technologies and Personal Data Protection Law in international law firms.

Anna specializes in legal counseling in the field of personal data protection, copyright, industrial property rights, media and advertising law, and the law of new technologies. She has many years of experience in leading projects relating to Internet domain protection, use of new technologies to collect and process personal data (IoT, Big Data, behavioral targeting) and IT systems implementation. She also participated in projects concerning the assessment of the potential of technology startups in the context of the intellectual property generated by them. As regards the implementation of the EU GDPR requirements, she has worked for clients in the financial, media, automotive, retail and business consulting sectors.

She is the author of one of the first book publications in Poland on “Protection of Trademarks on the Internet” and the co-author of “Data Protection in Business Practices” and “Protection of Trademarks: Online Use and Anticybersqautting. A European Perspective”. She lectures at the Grotius’ Center for Intellectual Property. For a number of years, she has been involved in the works of the International Trademark Association (INTA) committees, including, in 2016-2017 in the Personal Data Protection Committee. She is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals.

In 2017, Anna’s data protection law practice was distinguished in the regulatory law firms ranking published by Polityka Insight. Since 2012, Anna has also been ranked each year in the Chambers and Partners Europe in the “TMT: Data Protection” area.

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Marcin Lewoszewski

Legal counsel, Partner

Marcin Lewoszewski is a legal counsel, member of the Warsaw Bar Associations. Before establishing his own law firm, he worked for more than seven years in the TMT team with one of the leading international law firms based in Warsaw. Before that, for two years, he worked at the Inspector’s General Office for Personal Data Protection (GIODO).

Marcin specializes in legal advice on personal data protection and the law of new technologies, including the provision of electronic services, database protection, gambling, IT systems implementation and telecommunications law. He advised clients in locating data processing centers in Poland and participated in creating one of the largest online b2b trading platforms in Poland. He has many years of experience in leading projects aimed at adapting business practices to the requirements of the data protection law. On numerous occasions, he represented clients in proceedings conducted by the Inspector General for Personal Data Protection, including for the acceptance of binding corporate rules by the supervisory authority, and in connection with GIODO (the DPA) inspections. His experience includes negotiating database license agreements, as well as advising clients on the legal aspects of obtaining data from publicly available records. His professional interests focus on selected sectors of the economy, primarily pharmaceuticals, e-commerce, new technologies, and media.

Author of dozens of articles on personal data protection, Marcin published in the Polish edition of the Harvard Business Review, Rzeczpospolita, Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, and abroad – in BNA Bloomberg, IAPP Privacy Tracker, and Data Guidance. Together with Anna Kobylańska, he co-authored a chapter in a book on Polish data protection law “The Law Reviews: the Privacy, Data Protection and Cybersecurity”. Many a time he was quoted by the professional press in Poland and abroad, including by the opinion-forming Politico.

In 2016, he was appointed co-chair of IAPP Knowledge NET Poland by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, a global organization gathering personal data protection professionals. Dziennik Gazeta Prawna nominated him one of the 30 most promising lawyers before 35 in Poland.

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Krzysztof Muciak


Krzysztof Muciak is an advocate associated in the Bar Association in Warsaw. Before joining Kobylańska & Lewoszewski he cooperated with several Polish and international law firms. He graduated from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Warsaw University, The British Law Centre at the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Warsaw University and postgraduate studies in Cybersecurity Management at the Warsaw School of Economics.

Krzysztof specialises in advising clients in matters regarding personal data protection and cybersecurity. He also has experience in providing day-to-day advice to commercial entities, including in the scope of rendering services via the Internet and consumer rights regulations.

Krzysztof has several years of experience in conducting audits of businesses and non-governmental organisations regarding compliance of their operations with personal data protection regulations, as well as in implementing requirements of the EU general data protection regulation (GDPR). He conducted comprehensive implementation projects where he drafted required internal and external documents, negotiated contracts regarding personal data entrustment and/or transfer to states outside of the EU and carried out training courses for the staff and managers of his clients. He advised business clients from various market sectors, including transport, IT, schooling, consulting, retail sales and production. He is the author of several articles on data protection issues, including publications on the GDPR, ePrivacy and processing data included in cookie files.

He is fluent in English.

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Aneta Miśkowiec


Aneta Miśkowiec is a lawyer, University of Warsaw law graduate. Before joining Kobylańska & Lewoszewski, she worked in an international law firm, dealing with IP and data privacy issues.

Aneta supports the team in the practice of personal data protection and intellectual property law. Aneta assisted clients from the banking, pharmaceutical and media sectors in relation to GDPR implementation. Aneta is the author of personal data protection articles published in Dziennik Gazeta Prawna, Miesięcznik Ubezpieczeniowy and co-author of notes published in the Polskia Izbia Informatyki i Telekomunikacji.

Aneta defended her master’s thesis on personal data protection under the title “Privacy Impact Assessment” and took second place in the 7th edition of the essay competition for students, organized by the Polish Data Protection Authority.

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Maja Karczewska

trainee Advocate

Maja Karczewska is an advocate trainee at the District Bar Council in Warsaw. Her main areas of interest include media and advertising law and intellectual property law, with particular emphasis on copyright. She also provides legal services in the field of personal data protection.

She is a graduate of studies at the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw, which she graduated with honors (thesis topic: “Limits of the freedom of artistic expression”). She was also a student at the Center for American Law, a joint initiative of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw and Levin College of Law, as well as an intellectual property school organized by the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University (Krakow Intellectual Property Law Summer School 2017).

He is fluent in English and Spanish (C1).

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