Vyskocil, Kroslak & partners is an established law firm founded in 1996 with its place of business in Prague comprising 25 attorneys and one patent attorney. Vyskocil, Kroslak & partners has a wide-range of experience in providing highly-qualified legal advice to domestic and international clients in almost all significant areas of law, such as: banking, corporate, information technology, copyrights and related rights, real estate, commercial contracts, securities, insolvency, legal aspects of advertising and promotion, competition, intellectual property, protection of personal rights, labour law and legal aspects of consumer protection.

In relation to this, the law firm acts on behalf of its clients in various disputes before Czech courts of all instances as well as in mediation, arbitration and before the Industrial Property Office of the Czech Republic and other public authorities. The number of lawyers and internal organisation enable Vyskocil, Kroslak & partners to work on major projects requiring a long-term assignment of a greater number of lawyers. The law firm is able to provide not only the highest quality assistance during the execution of clients’ specific projects and extensive transactions, but also to advise on their general day-to-day business activities

The team of legal experts provides legal advice in a particular area according to the client's demands and business needs, in the form and manner to which international clients are accustomed to from their respective countries. Vyskocil, Kroslak & partners provides legal advice in Czech, Slovak, English, French, German and Russian.


 Number of professionals: 25



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