Partner and Head of Employment Law Practice Group
UEPA is an independent mid-sized Czech law firm with 25 lawyers based in Prague and Bratislava. While we are a full service business law firm, we put a special focus on M&A and corporate, compliance, real estate and construction, commercial and employment law, some aspects of intellectual property as well as trust law. Our firm has received several prestigious awards – amongst others, we have been recognized by Chambers for Employment law and have been awarded “Foreign Investment law firm of the year” in both 2015 and 2016 by GLE. Legal 500 acknowledges our reputation in dispute resolution, real estate and construction as well as in labour law.
Our clients range from well-known multinationals to SMEs and private investors as well as top managers. They stem from a wide range of sectors such as automotive and machinery, banking and finance, real estate and development, energy, chemical industry, IT, retail and wholesale as well as the hotel & leisure industry.
All partners and a number of our lawyers have significant experience working in international law firms, thus combining expertise in both local and international transactions with an in-depth understanding of the business, cultural and political environment in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and throughout the CEE region. We consider ourselves partners of our clients and strive to give them extra value by providing economically responsible, client-oriented solutions.
UEPA’s lawyers provide legal services in Czech, Slovak, English, German, French and Polish on a high professional level.
Areas of expertise
Our multidisciplinary teams advise on a range of matters including:
- Commercial law, general contract law and distribution law
- Private Equity, Joint Ventures
- Real estate & Construction
- Hotels & Leisure
- National and international arbitration, mediation, litigation
- Foreign investment protection
- Restructuring, Banking and Finance
- Employment law
- IT law, data protection, data security
- Compliance, Cartel law
- Intellectual and industrial property law, unfair competition
- Renewable energies