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Joanna Tomaszewska

Partner

Dr Joanna Tomaszewska is a legal advisor who specializes in data protection law, new technologies and electronic communication, as well as media and advertising law and intellectual property law, in particular as regards copyright and related rights. Her professional experience includes working for clients of Polish and foreign capital groups on projects implemented in different sectors of the economy. Joanna is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and a frequent speaker on issues of data protection.

The most recent projects:

  • Providing legal advice on the processing of personal data in employment scenarios, including the processing of so-called sensitive data, the development of internal regulations concerning inter alia the use of computer equipment, social media and Internet in the company, advising on supervision mechanisms (email, CCTV, GPS) and implementing systems for reporting internal irregularities in insurance and pharmaceutical companies
  • Comprehensive legal supervision of sales promotions, including loyalty and incentive programs, by verifying the compliance of advertising materials with applicable law; advising on the use of image in advertising campaigns; preparing copyright assignments, license agreements, sponsorship and other marketing arrangements for one of Poland’s biggest clothing companies
  • Providing comprehensive legal advice on compliance with personal data protection law, including the registration of personal data storage systems, designation of the officer responsible for data protection, development and implementation of documentation concerning data security, data processing agreements, advising on the flow of personal data outside the European Economic Area, communicating with the Polish authorities responsible for the protection of personal data on behalf of medical, financial, real estate and gardening companies
  • Undertaking due diligence processes as part of mergers and acquisitions to assess the risks associated with intellectual property, issues related to new technologies and proprietary information for one of Poland’s major shopping centers
  • Advising on the legal aspects of online business, including advice on electronic services, unfair competition and consumer rights for online stores

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On 25 May, a meeting titled “One Year to GDPR – New Approach to Personal Data Protection” was held in the British Embassy in Warsaw. The conference, which was co-organised by SSW and the British Polish Chamber of Commerce featured speakers representing SSW, Polish Inspector General for Personal Data Protection (GIODO), Ministry of Digital Affairs and BSI.  The event was attended by over 100 participants representing leading Polish and international companies and institutions.

The conference speakers were: Joanna Tomaszewska Ph.D., Attorney at Law, SSW Partner responsible for the personal data protection practice, Paweł Makowski - Counsel to the Polish Inspector General for Personal Data Protection (GIODO), Dr Maciej Kawecki - Policy Adviser in the Ministry of Digital Affairs which coordinates the drafting of the new Polish legislation on personal data protection, and Waldemar Gełzakowski – Lead Management Systems Auditor from BSI Group.

The meeting was held exactly one year before the new EU regulations on personal data protection (GDPR) are to come into force. The coverage of the event is also available in Rzeczpospolita daily: LINK

Joanna Tomaszewska

Partner

Dr Joanna Tomaszewska is a legal advisor who specializes in data protection law, new technologies and electronic communication, as well as media and advertising law and intellectual property law, in particular as regards copyright and related rights. Her professional experience includes working for clients of Polish and foreign capital groups on projects implemented in different sectors of the economy. Joanna is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals and a frequent speaker on issues of data protection.

The most recent projects:

  • Providing legal advice on the processing of personal data in employment scenarios, including the processing of so-called sensitive data, the development of internal regulations concerning inter alia the use of computer equipment, social media and Internet in the company, advising on supervision mechanisms (email, CCTV, GPS) and implementing systems for reporting internal irregularities in insurance and pharmaceutical companies
  • Comprehensive legal supervision of sales promotions, including loyalty and incentive programs, by verifying the compliance of advertising materials with applicable law; advising on the use of image in advertising campaigns; preparing copyright assignments, license agreements, sponsorship and other marketing arrangements for one of Poland’s biggest clothing companies
  • Providing comprehensive legal advice on compliance with personal data protection law, including the registration of personal data storage systems, designation of the officer responsible for data protection, development and implementation of documentation concerning data security, data processing agreements, advising on the flow of personal data outside the European Economic Area, communicating with the Polish authorities responsible for the protection of personal data on behalf of medical, financial, real estate and gardening companies
  • Undertaking due diligence processes as part of mergers and acquisitions to assess the risks associated with intellectual property, issues related to new technologies and proprietary information for one of Poland’s major shopping centers
  • Advising on the legal aspects of online business, including advice on electronic services, unfair competition and consumer rights for online stores

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On 25 May, a meeting titled “One Year to GDPR – New Approach to Personal Data Protection” was held in the British Embassy in Warsaw. The conference, which was co-organised by SSW and the British Polish Chamber of Commerce featured speakers representing SSW, Polish Inspector General for Personal Data Protection (GIODO), Ministry of Digital Affairs and BSI.  The event was attended by over 100 participants representing leading Polish and international companies and institutions.

The conference speakers were: Joanna Tomaszewska Ph.D., Attorney at Law, SSW Partner responsible for the personal data protection practice, Paweł Makowski - Counsel to the Polish Inspector General for Personal Data Protection (GIODO), Dr Maciej Kawecki - Policy Adviser in the Ministry of Digital Affairs which coordinates the drafting of the new Polish legislation on personal data protection, and Waldemar Gełzakowski – Lead Management Systems Auditor from BSI Group.

The meeting was held exactly one year before the new EU regulations on personal data protection (GDPR) are to come into force. The coverage of the event is also available in Rzeczpospolita daily: LINK

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