Maciej Gawroński



Maciej is an energetic leader and an authority in information technology law with almost two decades of experience.

Maciej is head of our Warsaw office and of our Information Technology practice in Poland.

He has been advising clients since 1996 and has extensive experience in IT, outsourcing and banking and finance law, having advised on the largest IT system implementations in the financial sector in Poland.

His other fields of expertise include commercial negotiations, intellectual property, data protection, dispute resolution (litigation and arbitration), corporate, mergers and acquisitions, healthcare, telecommunications and legislative process.

Maciej advises clients from various industries and represents them before the Polish Supreme Court, courts and administrative courts, as well as Polish and international arbitration courts. He also provides assistance during negotiations.

The European Commission Expert on Cloud Computing, Maciej is also an appointed expert to the Polish Chamber of Commerce, Deputy Chairman of the Committee of Digitalisation in the Polish Chamber of Information Technology and Telecommunications and a legal expert of the Banking Technology Forum of the Polish Bank Association.

Maciej is a postgraduate lecturer at Warsaw School of Economics on the application of cloud computing technology in developing business models.

He is author of the report Cloud Computing in the Financial Services Sector. Regulations and Standards, 2011 and co-author of the Polish Bank Association's report Cloud Computing in the Financial Sector, 2013. He wrote the Polish aspects of our Cloud Computing App for iPad, describing the Polish cloud computing regulations. The app covers commonly asked legal questions relating to cloud computing services across 11 jurisdictions.

He has written many articles on IT, new technology, data protection and banking and has been a speaker at numerous Polish and international conferences.  

He studied law at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow, Poland, and at the Université de Tours in France.

Maciej works in Polish, English, and French.

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