Piotr Konieczny

Trainee attorney-at-lawJunior Associate


Trainee attorney specializing in new technology law. He has experience in legal counseling in the fields of artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, digital communications and cloud computing. Author of numerous publications on new technology law.

At TKP, Piotr participates in the TMT practice as part of the IT-Tech and Procurement team.

Law graduate of the Faculty of Law and Administration at the University of Warsaw. He also obtained a diploma from the British Law Centre run by the University of Cambridge and University of Warsaw. Member of the Warsaw District Chamber of Legal Advisers.

Piotr speaks fluent English.

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05 Apr 2024

How to implement the NIS 2 Directive? Brief overview of required policies

The deadline for the implementation of NIS 2 Directive (17 October 2024) is just over six months away. It is therefore a good idea to start preparations now, including verify whether the organisation has policies and procedures in place to ensure compliance with the new regulation.

18 Dec 2023

Data Act: new obligations on data access

On 9 November, 2023, the European Parliament adopted a compromise text for the proposal for the Data Act . The new regulation is yet to be officially adopted by the Council of the European Union, but the contents of the future EU regulation are now known.

19 Sep 2023

The Act on Combating Abuses in Electronic Communication: new obligations for telecommunications operators and e-mail providers

On 25 August 2023, the Act on Combating Abuses in Electronic Communication (CAECA) was published in the Polish Journal of Laws. While the act was enacted in full over a long period (starting on the next day after promulgation and continuing for twelve months from the day it took effect), the obligations under the new legislation will mostly begin to apply from 25 September 2023.

14 Jun 2023

The latest version of the Artificial Intelligence Act proposed by the European Parliament redefines AI systems and the way they are classified

On 14 June, 2023, the European Parliament concluded many months of negotiations and adopted its position on the proposal for the Artificial Intelligence Act (AI Act).

16 Mar 2023

Council of Europe Convention on Artificial Intelligence

At the beginning of February 2023, the Council of Europe Committee on Artificial Intelligence published the “zero” draft Convention on Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law. The document is dated 6 January, 2023, and is the Council of Europe’s preliminary proposal for the AI future regulatory framework.

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