Law firm Vyskočil, Krošlák a spol. (AKVK) was founded in 1996 as an association of attorneys, since 2015 the existing association has been replaced by the business company Vyskočil, Krošlák a partneři s.r.o., advokátní kancelář. The founding lawyers of the firm graduated from Czech universities and subsequently studied at foreign universities (in Paris, Reims and London). Some of our lawyers practised law with premier international law firms at their offices in Paris and London and gained extensive experience of working for major international clients.
AKVK provides legal advice to Czech and foreign 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 AKVK 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.
Lawyers of Vyskočil, Krošlák a partneři s.r.o., advokátní kancelář provide legal services in Czech, Slovak, English, French and German.Number of professionals: 25
Michaela Fuchsová - Partner
Jiří Spousta - Partner
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