Dear Sirs and Mesdames, In light of the current epidemics we are ready to offer legal assistance and support as always.
We have introduced a number of rules aimed at increasing your safety and the safety of our employees.

Our offices in Kraków and Warsaw are open for business between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Our Team works in full capacity, mostly from home.

We remain available by telephone:
+48 12 426 05 30 (Kraków) and +48 22 850 10 10 (Warsaw) as well as by email: (24/7).

Team at the Traple Konarski Podrecki & Wspólnicy Law Firm


ul. Twarda 4
00-105 Warszawa
tel.: (+48) 22 850 10 10
fax: (+48) 22 697 63 72

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Grzegorz Sibiga, PhD

His main area of practice is administrative law, particularly the right to information, protection of personal  data  and other legally protected proprietary information, e-administration and administrative proceedings.  Research associate in the Department of Administrative Law  of the Institute of Legal Sciences PAS in Warsaw.

Editor, author and co-author of numerous publications in abovementioned fields, including  Komunikacja elektroniczna w Kodeksie postępowania administracyjnego. Komentarz i Ochrona danych osobowych. Aktualne problemy i nowe wyzwania [E-communication in the Administrative Procedure Code. Commentary and Personal Data Protection. Existing problems and new challenges]. The editor of periodical supplement to Monitor Prawniczy, scientific journal concerning personal data protection. Grzegorz is also a member of a Program Council of the Kwartalnik Naukowy Prawo Mediów Elektronicznych quarterly, and a member of consulting board of the IT w administracji magazine.

Grzegorz Sibiga gained his professional experience working on managerial positions in public administration offices, including as a director of the Department of Registration of Data Filing Systems in the Office of the Inspector General for the Protection of Personal Data. He advised as an expert to the Parliament during legislation works on administrative law statutes, concerning in particular subjects as population records, identity cards, computerization of entities serving public functions and amendment to the Access to Information Act.