The latest Chambers Europe 2022 rankings have once again confirmed our expertise in our flagship areas – employment, corporate, energy and real estate. We are particularly proud of our colleagues who have moved up the rankings in this year’s edition: attorney Lucie Kalašová is now ranked Band 3 and Miroslav Dudek Band 4.
In the area of employment law, bpv is cited as one of the leading law firms in the Czech Republic and a popular choice for German-speaking clients, with references indicating that the service provided is of an “excellent” standard. The publication quotes clients praising of counsel Lucie Kalašová for her ability to handle the entire portfolio of employment law matters, adding that she “always provides effective and practice-oriented advice.”
In the corporate / mergers and acquisitions category, managing partner Arthur Braun is again recognized for his broad professional expertise across many areas, including real estate, tech and start-ups.
Real estate law is again dominated this year by Gabriela Špak Porupková as a “very practical, pragmatic and experienced” lawyer and Miroslav Dudek, ” a very skilled and experienced lawyer who knows exactly which issues to focus on.”
In the energy law and project finance category, Chambers highlights the fact that bpv offers extensive expertise in renewables and cross-border work – “The lawyers can handle cross-border legal advice perfectly.” Partners Marc Müller, Pavel Vincík and David Vosol are then listed as key contacts.
We would like to thank all our clients and business partners for the trust they have shown in us, which has kept us in an exceptionally good position continuously and is deeply appreciated.
We are especially happy about the fact bpv BRAUN PARTNERS moved up in the ranking in Commercial, corporate, and M&A, Dispute resolution and Projects and Energy areas.
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