|A legal expert with more than ten years of experience in supporting IT projects. She is a member of the Firm’s TMT Practice and is head of the IT-Telco and Public Procurement Teams. She specializes in legal issues related to new technologies and copyright. Since the beginning of her legal career, she has been advising IT entities, including public entities, on issues related to IT law, public procurement of IT supplies and services, and cyber security. She is responsible for providing legal assistance to telecommunications operators and advising on telecommunications law.|
She has participated in over a hundred projects that involved drafting and negotiating IT contracts, including implementation, maintenance, hosting, and license contracts, as well as SaaS, Paas and IaaS. She has also participated in a number of large and comprehensive audits of IT-related contracts, including audits to determine the scope of rights to software and possibility to move software to a digital cloud environment.
Agnieszka Wachowska advises on projects related to investment in innovations, as well as IT and telecommunications infrastructure using EU funds, and investments linked to state aid, including strategic projects to construct and operate broadband networks.
Agnieszka is a member of PIIT working teams and working groups appointed by the Public Procurement Office. She received an individual recommendation in The Legal 500 as a Next Generation Partner in the TMT category.
She is a speaker at numerous conferences, seminars and training sessions. Lecturer of legal advisor training at the Regional Chamber of Legal Counsels in Warsaw and New Technologies Law post-graduate courses at the Institute of Legal Studies of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Agnieszka Wachowska has authored numerous industry-specific and scientific publications on copyright and legal protection of computer software, cyber security, and public procurement in IT.
She is a graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the Jagiellonian University, and was a visiting fellow at Tilburg University (the Netherlands).
She is fluent in English.