Aleksandra Drożdż provides comprehensive legal support for mergers and acquisitions. She advises on transactions involving purchase and sale of shares, enterprises and assets, with particular attention to cross-border transactions. She also has experience in compliance issues related to consumers, new technologies, and data protection.
In 2016 she was recognised by the Polish Patent Office and Polish Confederation Lewiatan for the best scholarly work on intellectual property. In 2018 she was a laureate of the “30 under 30” programme of the American Chamber of Commerce in Poland.
Her doctoral thesis, Protection of natural persons with regard to automated individual decision-making in the General Data Protection Regulation, was published worldwide by Wolters Kluwer.
Harvard Summer School, Intellectual Property Law
American Law Center, University of Warsaw in conjunction with the University of Florida
H. Grocjusz Centre for Intellectual Property Law
Faculty of Law and Administration, University of Warsaw
Law & Art (student association)
Squire Patton Boggs
Women in Law Foundation (mentor)
Warsaw Bar Chamber
Protection of natural persons with regard to automated individual decision-making in the GDPR, Wolters Kluwer 2020, European Monographs Series Set 113
A. Drożdż & M. Namysłowska, “Is it still permissible to advertise credit to consumers?” in Information on the financial services market, ed. E. Rutkowska-Tomaszewska, Warsaw 2019
“Review of decisions by the president of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection on infringement of the collective interests of consumers on the financial services market in 2017,” iKAR 2018 no. 6(7)