New technologies, data protection (including GDPR)
Katarzyna Szczudlik’s practice primarily involves the civil-law aspects of artificial intelligence, as well as regulations governing blockchain, FinTech, telecommunications, and anti-money laundering. She advises startups as well as large entities from the new technologies sector, including on compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation.
She is the author of publications on issues such as robotics, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, and has spoken on these issues at Polish and international conferences. She is currently completing her doctoral thesis on the liability of artificial intelligence for copyright infringement at the Institute of Law Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Wrocław (2012)
Tilburg University (2013)
University of Geneva (2014)
Before joining Wardyński & Partners she worked at a large international law firm.
Warsaw Bar Chamber
“Effective Management of Mass Claims Arbitration – What Could Be Learnt from International Tribunals?”, International Challenges in Investment Arbitration, Routledge 2019
“The lack of funds to conduct arbitral proceedings and the impossibility of performance (ineffectiveness) and lapse of an arbitration clause,” Studia Prawa Prywatnego, no. 1/2016
“Violation of the principle of the enforceability of contracts as grounds for setting aside an arbitration award,” Przegląd Prawa Handlowego, no. 1/2016
“Performance of an arbitration award issued by ICSID during proceedings to set aside the award,” ADR. Arbitraż i mediacja, no. 2/2015