• Labour Law
  • Industrial Constitution Law and Codetermination
  • Data Protection in Employment Relationships
  • HR Support for Employers
  • Sports Law


Kamil Niewiadomski studied law at the University of Cologne, specialising in labour law. He then completed his legal clerkship at the Deutsche Sporthochschule Köln, at a Cologne law firm specialising in labour law and at a law firm in Cape Town, South Africa.

Until he joined CBH, he also played football semi-professionally, among others in the junior teams of 1.FC Cologne and Alemannia Aachen, and in the senior sector most recently in the West Regional League.

He began his career at CBH with his admission to the bar in 2016. There he works as a lawyer in the practice group “Personnel + Social Affairs”. He advises both employers and employees on all questions of labour law. He focuses on advising employers in on-going personnel work and in dealing with works councils, drafting contracts and conducting litigation.

In addition, we also focus on advising employers on data protection issues. He attaches great importance to understandable communication as well as economic and smart solutions.
He also advises various sportsmen and sportswomen. He has specialised in the enforcement of pension claims against accident insurance institutions, both in administrative and social court proceedings.

Kamil Niewiadomski is also committed to promoting young lawyers. He has been a member of the advisory board of the Corporate Law Clinic since 2017 and supports prospective lawyers in advising start-ups and young companies on a voluntary basis.


  • Mitautor in Personal-Lexikon des C.H. Beck Verlags, Kommentierung zur betriebs- und krankheitsbedingten Kündigung
  • „Keine einstweilige Verfügung gegen Abstieg nach Corona-bedingtem Saisonabbruch“, Anm. zu OLG Frankfurt a. M., Beschl. v. 20.5.2020 – 19 W 22/20, in: SpuRT 2020, 196 ff., zusammen mit Prof. Dr. Markus Ruttig