Gawroński & Partners is a Polish law firm specialising in technology, EU and Polish regulations, disputes and M&A, as well as in white-collar crime cases. 

We have acted in projects and cases worth billions of euros.

We are the authors of the bestselling “Guide to the GDPR” textbook (published in 2018 in Polish and in 2019 in English) – and were commended by Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Europe, 2019.

In 2021 our founding partner Maciej Gawroński received the ‘Michał Serzycki’ Data Protection Award from the President of the Polish Data Protection Office, in recognition of his active support of the protection of personal data in Poland and the EU over many years. The latest publication, released in June 2022;How to communicate in a Dispute – a little book on Drafting Pleadings” is the first item on the market discussing the subject of effective legal communication, enriched with numerous anecdotes and practical examples.

*See also “The Cyberiad” at the foot of the site to learn more about what defines us as a firm.

Lem 2021
copyrights Daniel Mróz

Where law
meets technology

— about us

Gawroński & Partners is an independent Polish business law firm offering a broad range of legal advice, with a focus on digital transformation.

— scope and team

We advise on cloud computing, cyber security, data protection, FinTech, IP, IT, and telecommunications. 

We also support our clients in M&A transactions, and in relation to banking law and payment services, financial markets, public procurement, and employment law matters.

And we advise on compliance systems, anti-money laundering, anti-corruption, anti-mobbing, and white-collar crime.

We handle multimillion and billion-euro disputes.


Gawroński & Partners

T: +48 22 243 49 53


Al. Jana Pawła II 12

00-124 Warsaw


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Ilustracja do „Cyberiady” Stanisława Lema, Daniel Mróz ©za zgodą Łucji Mróz-Raynoch
Illustration for „The Cyberiad” by Stanisław Lem, Daniel Mróz © with permission from Łucja Mróz-Raynoch