Katarzyna Żukowska


Individual and collective labor law; personal data protection

Katarzyna Żukowska

Katarzyna Żukowska practises individual and collective employment law. She has experience in employment restructuring, including employee transfers and layoffs. She advises on establishing and terminating employment relationships, including top-level management and protected employees. She also handles issues of personal data protection. She participates in corporate due diligence projects.

She joined Wardyński & Partners in 1998.

Warsaw School of Economics (finance and banking)

Helena Chodkowska University of Technology and Economics (WSZiP) (law)

Warsaw Bar Chamber

The Legal 500 EMEA 2021, Data Privacy And Data Protection

“Online education and personal data” (co-author), 2021 Yearbook

“Another look at sobriety testing of employees” (co-author), 2020 Yearbook

“Limits on internal investigations” (co-author), 2019 Yearbook

“The legal basis for processing personal data for marketing purposes” (co-author), 2018 Yearbook

“Trade unions in litigation” (co-author), 2017 Yearbook

“Company property, but maybe private?” (co-author), 2016 Yearbook

“New era for personal data protection” (co-author), 2016 Yearbook

Startup handbook: What do startups need to know about legal regulations? (co-author) (Coalition for Polish Innovations, 2015)


Whistleblowing system – a must-have or a nice-to-have? Reports Irregularities can occur even in the best-organised and -managed company. They can take different forms and have various consequences. It is vital to uncover irregularities as early as possible. Employees have the greatest knowledge of the organisation, so it is worthwhile to establish the appropriate culture of responsibility for the wellbeing of the company and […] Whistleblowing system – a must-have or a nice-to-have? Dawn raid policy: why your company should consider adopting one Reports We explain what a dawn raid is, what to look for when creating a procedure for handling dawn raids, and the universal elements that should be included in every policy regarding unannounced inspections of corporate premises. Dawn raid policy: why your company should consider adopting one Report: ASPIRE Legal Committee Annual Report 2017 Reports The annual report of the ASPIRE Legal Committee is devoted to key legal aspects for the growth of the technology and business services sector in Poland. It includes articles examining issues of labour law, tax, data protection, and state aid. In the report, Katarzyna Żukowska, Dr Szymon Kubiak and Jarosław Karlikowski write about current challenges […] Report: ASPIRE Legal Committee Annual Report 2017 Outsourcing in practice Reports Outsourcing continues to be an appealing solution for businesses. But for it to generate benefits rather than legal problems, a number of issues must be analysed—from the liability rules governing the parties to issues of state aid and data protection. Outsourcing in practice Internal investigations Reports Internal investigations conducted by enterprises in-house when irregularities are suspected offer many advantages to businesses compared to initiatives undertaken by public law enforcement authorities. We encourage you to read the new publication prepared by the Business Crime Practice. Internal investigations Legal Risks in M&A Transactions Books The fourth joint project of Wardyński & Partners and LexisNexis Polska. Legal Risks in M&A Transactions