Mateusz Kryściak is an attorney-at-law, member of the Warsaw Bar Association. He completed post-graduate studies at Kozminski University (Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego) on New Technologies Law faculty.
Mateusz specializes in bilingual advising to Polish and foreign entities in the field of new technologies law, data protection and e-commerce. He uses his knowledge acting for the benefit of clients from various sectors, including entities from the IT industry, as well as banking, media, e-commerce, pharma and construction. He gained his first professional experience by providing legal services to public companies (transport/energy sectors) and investment funds in the field of corporate support. He took part in M&A transactions as well as restructuring and insolvency procedures.
Currently, Mateusz participates in data privacy law projects, ranging from the creation and verification of solutions and documentation on personal data protection to the mapping of personal data flows, performing risk analyses (including data protection impact assessments) or handling the rights of data subjects. He takes part in the process of creating the first binding corporate rules in Poland.
He advises in the area of organizing marketing activities, including the process of applying innovative marketing tools and methods of profiling users of websites and mobile applications.
Mateusz participates in IT implementation processes (including agile) involving the creation and review of complete documentation including, in particular, contracts. He also participates in due diligence in the fields of i.a. labor law, data protection and copyright law.
He was also responsible, among other things, for the implementation of e-commerce solutions for local and foreign entities moving their operations to Poland. He advised HR agencies and healthcare providers on labor law, copyright law and cyber security issues. He supported clients conducting business in the area of cryptocurrencies.