Magdalena Bęza

Attorney-at-Law, Of Counsel
The Law Firm of D. Dobkowski LP

Professional experience:

Magdalena Bęza has been cooperating with D.Dobkowski Law Firm since 2004. She provides legal services to both domestic and foreign public and private entities. Magdalena renders legal services in the scope of industrial property right (in particular, trade names and industrial designs) as well as of personal data protection. Magdalena has wide experience in investment projects, including  issues connected with acquisition and sale of land property, building real estate and premises. She acted as a negotiator  in a great number of lease agreements in commercial centres.


English, French, German

Magdalena Bęza

Education and qualifications

Master of Law, Law and Administration Faculty, Warsaw University (diploma with honors, 2004)

Graduate of the Intellectual and Industrial Property Law Postgraduate Institute, Warsaw University (2007)


Member of the Warsaw Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law (2003).


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Inspektor ochrony danych, czyli ABI po nowemu

Rzeczpospolita, luty 2017 r. PRZEDSIĘBIORCY | Administratorzy powinni już teraz przeprowadzić analizy i przeglądy; które będą miały na celu stwierdzenie ewentualnego obowiązku powołania Inspektora oraz ustalenie, jakie jego działania wydają się konieczne, aby dostosować zadania, uprawnienia i miejsca w strukturze firmy do wymogów nowych przepisów unijnych. 27 kwietnia 2016 roku zostało przyjęte Rozporządzenie Parlamentu Europejskiego…

Lease during the pandemic – special new legal solutions

Shopping malls and the entire retail sector are suffering huge losses due to COVID-19 pandemic. Since mid-March 2020, only some shops may operate in facilities above 2,000 square meters, including e.g. food, home-improvement and construction stores, and pharmacies. Catering and entertainment facilities have been closed also outside shopping malls. The above are only a few…
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AmCham Quarterly: Retail sector during the pandemic

Magdalena Bęza and Przemysław Kamil Rosiak write about how the government's trade ban may impact relations between landlords and tenants in retail points. Follow the link below to view the publication. Quarterly 2/2020, part 9

New rules on transfers of personal data to non-EEA countries

Based on the judgment of 16 July 2020 (Case C-311/18, hereinafter: the Judgment), the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) invalidated the Privacy Shield framework, i.e. Commission Implementing Decision (EU) 2016/1250 of 12 July 2016 on the adequacy of the protection provided by the US personal data regulations. Essentially, CJEU held that the…