The international law firm Taylor Wessing has reopened its branch in the Moravian city of Brno, in order to meet the growing demands of clients and local demand for legal services. The new office space is officially opened since November and are located in the Jalta Palace at Dominican Square 2, 602 00 Brno. The branch has been significantly bolstered with the addition of two new experienced lawyers with local knowledge, Adam Dvořáček (40) and Lukáš Míša (38).
Both of these new lawyers will focus primarily on developing relationships with current and prospective clients of the law firm and offer legal advice in the areas of real estate law and intellectual property rights, but also a controversial agenda. Adam Dvořáček specializes in real estate and corporate law. Lukáš Míša has significant experience in the areas of contract law and settlement of disputes, including those with an international element, among other things; he also has extensive experience in the field of intellectual property. Both of them will continue to develop standard cooperation in accordance with global standards of Taylor Wessing within the Czech Republic.
Erwin Hanslik, managing partner of the law firm Taylor Wessing in the Czech Republic, comments: “Looking after the interests of both existing and new customers in the Moravian-Silesian region is becoming an ever more important part of our work in the Czech Republic. We are pleased to have revied our branch along the line Prague-Vienna line, which is gaining in strength and importance. Partner Markéta Deimelová adds: "Clients are happy that they can use our services, in Czech, German and English. And having additional experts on our team, who will help us move in the right direction in terms of serving our clients, is more than welcome.”
Dvořáček and Míša both studied law at Masaryk University in Brno and have experience as in-house lawyers; they also both worked as assistant judges at the Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic (Míša) and the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic (Dvořáček), and have many years of practice in advocacy. For the past few years, they worked together as partners in law firm Advokáti Černá Pole. Dvořáček and Míša continue to provide legal advice to both Czech and international clients. Among their clients are, for example, technology firm and companies on the real estate market.
The Brno branch will continue to be led by Erwin Hanslik and Markéta Deimelová. The offices are located directly in the historical city centre on Dominican Square, in the newly reconstructed premises of the functionalist-style Paláce Jalta building, near the New Town Hall.