Mgr. Radek Werich

Advokát | Managing associate

Radek Werich is a Czech senior lawyer with over 15 years of experience in advising international clients and their local subsidiaries. He has a proven expertise in complex cross-border transactions (M&A, JVs, restructuring, insolvency), corporate and finance matters and regularly acts as local counsel in deals led by the largest international law firms. Radek studied law in Prague, Cambridge and London.


Location

Prague

Languages

Czech, English, German


Work experience and education

2022 – (expected) 2024 – University of London (Queen Mary + University College London), Master of Laws (Banking and Finance)

2018 - Managing Associate, Giese & Partner in Prague, Czech Republic

2015 – Senior Associate, Giese & Partner in Prague, Czech Republic

2012 - Associate, Giese & Partner in Prague, Czech Republic

6 - 7/2011 - Internship at Schwarz Schönherr Rechtsanwälte KG, Vienna, Austria

2008 - 2011 - Junior lawyer, Giese & Partner in Prague

2008 – Master Degree in Law (Mgr.), Law Faculty, Charles University in Prague

2006 - 2007 – Paralegal, Giese & Partner in Prague

2005 - 2007 - Diploma in English Legal System and EU Law, Law Faculty, Institute of Continuing Education of the University of Cambridge

2005 - Internship at the District Court for Prague 5

Competences
  • advised on numerous financings and related security structures

  • experience from multiple industries: banking, technology, real estate, manufacturing, retail

  • very loyal and passionate about providing exceptional client service

Membership
  • ČAK - Czech Bar Association (admitted since 2012, attorney admission summa cum laude)

  • Pro bono aliance / Pro Bono Centrum (since 2010)

Beyond

In his leisure time Radek Werich enjoys doing sports, travelling, spending time with family and reading nonfiction on international relations and investments.

Radek's articles and activities

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Who Owns AI-Generated Images

Charges for Early Mortgage Repayment Unlawful

Charges for Early Mortgage Repayment Unlawful

New Czech President Assures Firm Western Ties

New Czech President Assures Firm Western Ties