Stephan Grynwajc

Stephan Grynwajc

  • International Law
  • Canada, England and Wales, France, New York
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Summary

Admitted as a lawyer in France, the UK, Canada, and the U.S. I assisting EU and U.S.-based entrepreneurs, start ups and small to mid-size companies from the technology sector in their operations in Europe, the United States, and Canada.

My firm, the Law Office of S. Grynwajc, PLLC, is a full-service corporate and transactional boutique law firm dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs and startups of the technology sector that are looking to expand in Europe and North America. We assist our clients in all stages of their business development, from setting up their corporate presence in the U.S., Canada, England, or France, to providing them with the tools to succeed in their daily business operations in any or all of these countries. We draft or localize our clients'? contracts, website or app terms, as well as company policies for use in the U.S., Canada and Europe, and we assist our clients in negotiating their contracts and other terms of engagement with local prospects and clients.

We also advise our clients in all aspects of technology law, software law, cyberlaw, internet law, computer, e-commerce, IP and IT law, as well as social media law, privacy (including GDPR) and data security law, under French, English, EU, Canadian and U.S. law.

Practice Area
  • International Law
Additional Practice Areas
  • European Law
  • English law
  • French law
  • Canadian law
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Canada
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England and Wales
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France
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New York
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Languages
  • French: Spoken, Written
Professional Associations
State Bar of New York
Attorney
Current
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Law Society of England and Wales
Solicitor
Current
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French Bar
Avocat
Current
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Quebec Bar
Avocat
Current
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Speaking Engagements
GDPR is Coming - Are You Ready?, WeWork Irving Place, 33 Irving Place, New York, NY 10003
Law Office of S. Grynwajc, PLLC
Are you collecting the personal information of EU residents as part of your business activities? How much do you know about privacy laws in the EU and the new EU Regulation on privacy set to come into force in May of this year? Do you know that even if you have no presence in the EU but that you access the personal data of EU individuals you may be on the hook for penalties of up to 4% of your annual revenue? In this seminar I'll introduce the new landscape for privacy in the EU, and I'll share a few tips on how to comply with GDPR. For more information on our GRPR Compliance service please check our GDPR page on our website: https://www.transatlantic-lawyer.com/gdpr/
Websites & Blogs
Website
U.S. and European legal practice
Legal Answers
1 Questions Answered

Q. I have a lawyer, but he practices in another country - what issues are there if he represents me over here?
A: He needs a license to practice in the U.S., even if he's admitted as a lawyer in another country. Most states have adopted a FLC (Foreign Legal Counsel) status of some sort, allowing the foreign lawyer to practice the law of his country of admission in the State in which he is licensed as a FLC. If he isn't looking to practice as a foreign lawyer in the U.S. per se, but just to appear in a court for a client on a matter calling upon his expertise in foreign law, then I agree the pro hac vice is the right admission route.
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Contact & Map
P.O. 341
New York, NY 10159
USA
Telephone: (347) 543-3035