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Slawomir Kowalski Joins Daniel Jastrun in Founding JustLaw in Warsaw

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Former Maruta Wachta Partners Daniel Jastrun and Slawomir Kowalski have teamed up to launch their new boutique law firm specializing in the digital sector in Warsaw: JustLaw Jastrun Kowalski.

Before establishing his own firm, Jastrun spent over one year as a Partner with LegalKraft, and almost eight with Maruta Wachta, where he was a Partner and Head of the firm's Corporate/M&A practice. Earlier, he spent 16 years with Magnusson, between 1999 and 2015.

Kowalski, a privacy and new-tech lawyer, moved to JustLaw from the old Maruta Wachta team, which he had joined in 2015 as a Senior Associate, before Co-Heading the firm's Personal Data Protection practice as a Partner. Earlier, he spent two years with PwC Legal, one year with LDS Lazewski Depo & Partners, and almost two with CMS.

In addition to the two name partners, JustLaw includes two counsels, two associates, and four of counsels.

"Having my own law firm is a new challenge and an adventure that I am looking forward to," Kowalski commented. "I believe that together with Daniel and our team we will create a unique place where legal services will be provided at the highest level."

"Slawomir Kowalski is a great lawyer and at the same time a very good colleague, so I am even more pleased that we will be founding the JustLaw law firm together," Jastrun added. "What's more, I am convinced that with Slawomir, who is one of the best RODO specialists in Poland, we have the potential to become a market leader in the field of personal data and privacy."