Natalia Kotłowska

Attorney-at-Law, Senior Associate
The Law Firm of D. Dobkowski LP

Professional experience:

Natalia Kotłowska has been involved with the Law Firm since 2012. She deals with matters falling within the scope of commercial and contract law, personal data protection and intellectual property law. She participates in due diligence projects referring to domestic and foreign entities. She has experience in asset deal and share deal transactions. Natalia Kotłowska takes part in the project related to incorporation, transformation, merger, division and liquidation of the companies. She also provides ongoing corporate advice to entities operating within various sectors of economy.



Natalia Kotłowska, Radca Prawny, Associate

Education and qualifications

Master of Law at Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń


Member of the Poznan Bar Association of Attorneys-at-Law


Legal Newsletter - January 2018

LEGAL NEWSLETTER JANUARY 2018 We are genuinely pleased to inform you that our Law Firm of D.Dobkowski sp.k. has just issued the January edition of KPMG Legal Newsletter. The newsletter contains an overview of changes in Polish and European legislation and the key conclusions arising from case law established by courts. We prepared Polish, English and…

Legal Alert - Spring is the GDPR time

It will soon be two years since our first alert about new regulation on personal data protection. 25 May 2018 is approaching as the first day of application of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing…

Coronavirus: the labour law and GDPR – information for employers

The coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) infection spread is now a serious and imminent threat that rises uncertainty among employers, who analyse their rights and obligations in the face of the threat. Since our Law Firm has received numerous enquiries concerning the epidemiological threat and the related rights vested in employers and employees to counteract the virus spread,…