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14.03.2019

Ernst Giese vyhodnocen dle žebříčku Who’s Who Legal jako přední právní expert v oblasti restrukturalizace a insolvence v České republice

Giese & Partner

Dr. Ernst Giese, řídící partner advokátní kanceláře Giese & Partner, byl dle žebříčku Who’s Who Legal opět vyhodnocen jako přední právní expert v oblasti restrukturalizace a insolvence v České republice a zařazen do přehledu „Who’s Who Legal: Restructuring & Insolvency 2019“. Who’s Who Legal je jedním z nejprestižnějších světových žebříčků poskytovatelů právních služeb založeném na […]

22.02.2019

EINLADUNG: The Food Chain Investor Veranstaltung bei Giese & Partner in Prag am 20.03.2019

Giese & Partner

Sind Sie hungrig? Vom Start-up bis zur Systemgastronomie-Investmentmöglichkeiten für institutionelle und private Anleger im Nahrungsmittelsektor gibt es viele.

12.02.2019

Giese & Partner Hosting Events on the Occasion of MIPIM 2019

Giese & Partner

On the occasion of the MIPIM in Cannes from 12-15 March 2019, our partners Ernst Giese and Martin Holler are looking forward to catch up with business partners and friends. As every year, we will host them at our beautiful villa close to the conference venue. Established in 1990, MIPIM – The world’s leading property […]

25.01.2019

Team News: Jan Valíček Promoted to Senior Lawyer at Giese & Partner

Giese & Partner

Giese & Partner is pleased to announce that our colleague Jan Valíček has been promoted to senior associate at our firm. Jan joined our Prague team in 2012 as junior lawyer and became associate in 2015. He specializes in corporate law, real estate projects, employment law and civil law.

10.01.2019

Ernst Giese und Marie Zámečníková als Referenten: Informationsveranstaltung mit dem DAV Tschechien, Dresden, 17.01.2019

Giese & Partner

Am 17. Januar 2019 nehmen Herr Dr. Ernst Giese und Frau Mgr. Marie Zámečníková, Ph.D. als Referenten an einer Informationsveranstaltung mit dem DAV Tschechien mit deren Vortrag zum Thema „Rechtsstandort Tschechien – Einführung in das tschechische Zivil-, Wirtschafts- und Prozessrecht“ teil. Der DAV Tschechien wurde im Jahr 2018 als jüngster Auslandverein mit Herrn Dr. Giese […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

CNB Stepping on the Brake: Further Interest Hikes and Mortgage Restrictions

Mgr. Radek Werich

After several years of intervention against the Czech Crown (CZK) to ensure a rate above CZK 27 / EUR and keeping interest rates at almost zero, the Czech National Bank (CNB) has sharply changed its course in 2018. The CNB’s new goal is to react to signs of overheating on the domestic market. The boiling […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Anti-Money Laundering Directive # 3, 4, 5!

Mgr. Markéta Mrázová

Even though the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive has been just implemented into national laws across the EU, the European Parliament has already adopted the 5th Directive. Member States were given a period of eighteen months for the full implementation of the newly adopted regulations. The new AML-Directive introduces several key innovations. The most important one […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Upcoming Changes of Labor Code

Mgr. Ing. Jan Valíček

An amendment to the Labor Code by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs introduces some important changes.  Delivery rules The current inconsistency between the Labor Code and the delivery conditions of the Czech Post office causes serious problems in the delivery of termination notices. This often leads to legal disputes. The amendment shall now […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Company as a Member of the Board of another Company – New Conditions?

Mgr. Bc. Jaroslava Trojanová

Business activities in the Czech Republic are often organized as a group of companies. Not every individual company needs a person to act as managing director. This position can also be filled by a company. Under Czech law a company that is member of the elected body of another company shall authorise a (natural) person […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Executive vs Employment Contract – Now the Constitutional Court

Mgr. Markéta Mrázová

The question, if an employment agreement with a top executive is legally valid, is already a legal classic. The Constitutional Court now upheld a verdict of the Supreme Court issued earlier this year on simultaneous executive service agreements and employment contracts. Such arrangements with the company’s top executives shall no longer be generally considered invalid. […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Let’s Play – Turn the Gam(bl)ing on

Mgr. Bc. Karolína Szturc

While playing computer or video games, it is not obvious and definitely not the first concern of a gamer or gamer’s parents, that the lines between gaming and gambling are nowadays blurred. This was the reason for fifteen states including the Czech Republic to sign a declaration regarding risks of computer games, among others the […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

If You Think That Compliance is Expensive, Try Non-compliance!

Mgr. Marie Zámečníková, Ph.D.

As the end of the year is around the corner, it is time for an evaluation of the compliance management systems used in businesses. For almost two years now, such compliance rules and their management have had the power to save companies from criminal prosecution. On December 1, 2016, the amendment to the act on […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

You are Wrong! Eliminate Mistakes in the Land Register by a Note of Dissent or a Note of Dispute

Mgr. Jana Kostěncová

Sometimes the record in the Land Register does not correspond to the actual legal status. Czech law provides a number of institutes to prevent or help to remedy this. Two of the most important ones are the note of dissent (poznámka rozepře) and the note of dispute (poznámka spornosti). Note of dissent: Outdated Land Register […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Right to Information and Access to Administrative Files

Mgr. Ing. Lenka Charvátová

To what extent must information regarding administrative proceedings be disclosed? The Act on Free Access to Information generally guarantees such right. However, not every applicant requesting information has a right to be provided with the whole file or its parts. There is an essential difference between disclosure of information contained in administrative files under the […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

LLC Made Easier

JUDr. Zuzana Francúzová / Mgr. Mariana Koníková

Recently, various changes were introduced into the Slovak Commercial Code. The most substantial changes relate to the limited liability company (“LLC”). Though it may seem at first glance that the rules for transfer of the ownership interest in and establishment of an LLC have changed only slightly, these subtle changes might have a significant impact. […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Slovak Legal Newsflash

JUDr. Valter Pieger / Mgr. Renáta Sedliačková

New Regulation of an Insurance Agreement New legal aspects of an insurance agreement have been introduced to the Civil Code. The Amendment that entered into effect on October 1, 2018 precises the obligations of the insurer towards the insured person. According to the Amendment, if an insurer refuses to perform, even partially, it is obliged […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

IFLR 1000 Rankings 2019: Giese & Partner Recommended Law Firm in the Czech Republic

Giese & Partner

Giese & Partner Prague was ranked by IFLR 1000 (Rankings 2019) as recommended law firm in Banking and Finance and notable law firm in M&A in the Czech Republic. The IFLR 1000 is the guide to the world’s leading financial and corporate law firms and lawyers. Their first rankings were published in 1990 and they […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

IFLR 1000 Rankings 2019: Giese & Partner Recommended Law Firm in the Slovak Republic

Giese & Partner

Giese & Partner Bratislava was ranked by IFLR 1000 (Rankings 2019) as recommended law firm in Banking and Finance and M&A in the Slovak Republic. The IFLR 1000 is the guide to the world’s leading financial and corporate law firms and lawyers. Their first rankings were published in 1990 and they currently research over 120 […]

16.11.2018

Newsletter 3/2018

Czech Leading Law Firm of the Year 2018: Giese & Partner Ranked as Recommended Law Firm

Giese & Partner

Giese & Partner is proud of being ranked as recommended law firm according to the latest Law Firm of the Year awards in the following categories: Real Estate and Development, Restructuring and Insolvency and Energetics and Energy Projects.

16.11.2018

Giese & Partner: Seminar on Enforcement of Rights and Receivables, 29.11.2018

Giese & Partner

Giese & Partner and the German-Czech Chamber of Commerce invite you to a Seminar on „Enforcement of Rights and Receivables“ taking place on November 29, 2018 in Prague. Ondřej Rathouský, Lenka Charvátová, Marie Zámečníková and Jana Kostěncová (attorneys of our team) will provide an overview about how to solve disputes from the perspective of management. […]

10.10.2018

Právní a daňový newsletter ČNOPK 2/2018

Vývoj v právu nemovitostí od účinnosti nového občanského zákoníku

Dr. jur. Ernst Giese / Mgr. Marie Zámečníková, Ph.D.

„Nový“ občanský zákoník (zákon č. 89/2012 Sb., dále jen „NOZ“) je účinný již takřka 4 roky (konkrétně od 1. ledna 2014), a proto nastává pomalu čas bilancovat. Tato zásadní a v mnohém revoluční rekodifikace občanského práva s sebou totiž přinesla mnoho novinek a praxe zpočátku s napětím očekávala, jak se nová právní úprava osvědčí. Tento text krátce nastíní […]

04.10.2018

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Zrušení tzv. druhé restituční tečky

JUDr. Ondřej Rathouský / Mgr. Ing. Lenka Charvátová

Cílem zákona č. 229/1991 Sb., o úpravě vlastnických vztahů k půdě a jinému zemědělskému majetku, ve znění pozdějších předpisů (dále jen „zákon o půdě“), a obecně samotných restitucí, je vyřešení vztahů k nemovitostem s původními vlastníky, jimž byly státem v letech 1948 až 1989 bez náhrady odňaty. Dle důvodové zprávy k předmětnému zákonu měly být tyto pozemky včetně budov urychleně převedeny do […]

06.09.2018

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Hromadné žaloby – čeká české procesní právo revoluce?

JUDr. Ondřej Rathouský / Mgr. Ing. Lenka Charvátová

Dlouho vedená diskuse o uzákonění institutu hromadných žalob známých především ze Spojených států přiměla české ministerstvo spravedlnosti pustit se do přípravy jeho zakotvení do českého právního řádu. Tento nástroj by měl umožnit kolektivní uplatňování stejných nebo velmi podobných nároků širokého okruhu osob v rámci jednoho jediného řízení. Podle ministerstva je takové řešení výhodné vlastně pro všechny, […]

20.06.2018

Newsletter 2/2018

Impact! A Roadmap to Data Protection Impact Assessment

Mgr. Radek Werich

A new framework of Data Protection Impact Assessment (the “DPIA”) has been introduced as part of the General Data Protection Regulation as of 25 May 2018. The DPIA may be understood as a privacy-related impact assessment having the objectives of identification and analysis how data privacy might be affected by certain actions or activities which […]

20.06.2018

Newsletter 2/2018

Record! It May Help, Says Prague’s Municipal Court

Mgr. Ing. Lenka Charvátová

Since Roman times there has been a legal principle: What is in writing, counts (in Lat. Littera scripta manet). We strictly follow this principle in Civil and Public Law. In civil or public court proceedings the judge is obliged to make a protocol as a record of what was said or proved during the proceeding. […]

20.06.2018

Newsletter 2/2018

Revolution! Collective Actions in Czech Procedural Law

JUDr. Ondřej Rathouský / Mgr. Igor Vondrášek

Following recent activities in Germany, the Czech government introduced a proposal of legislation on collective actions. This legal concept has its roots in the USA, where groups of consumers, who have suffered damages, are entitled to launch joint proceedings based on so-called class actions. It is no secret that the emissions scandal, widely known as […]

20.06.2018

Newsletter 2/2018

One! Joint Stock Companies With an Administrative Board Only?

Mgr. Bc. Jaroslava Trojanová

Czech joint stock companies are traditionally organized in a so called dualistic system, with both a board of directors and a supervisory board. In an alternative monistic system, the company has only an administrative board with a statutory manager. A draft amendment of the Ministry of Justice proposes cancellation of the statutory manager. Thus, the […]

20.06.2018

Newsletter 2/2018

Disqualified! New Rules for Real Estate Agents

Mgr. Denisa Molnár

Strengthening of the protection of clients and improvement of services – these are just two of the aims of a newly drafted act on real estate brokerage. Real estate brokerage has so far not been regulated in the Czech Republic. This led to a huge number of real estate agents active on the market without […]

20.06.2018

Newsletter 2/2018

Trapped! Financial Leasing Can Be Risky

Mgr. Bc. Karolína Szturc

Financial leasing is a frequently used alternative way of financing various investments. Undoubtedly an attractive offer for many businesses, is it also favourable for leasing companies? Before providing any financial leasing, it is important to be prepared against unexpected events. Leasing of movable assets should not be risky. The leasing company remains owner of the […]

20.06.2018

Newsletter 2/2018

Back! Executive Service Agreement vs. Employment Contract

Mgr. Marie Zámečníková, Ph.D.

For years, companies have been kept in uncertainty regarding the legal form of executive service agreements. Every corporation shall conclude a written executive service agreement with its top executives, e.g. board members and managing directors. There are specific and very detailed requirements of such agreement, especially with respect to remuneration. The executives are obliged to […]

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