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JŠK participated in Prague Summer School on International Business Transactions

JŠK participated in Prague Summer School on International Business Transactions (www.praguesummerschool.org), whose second year was conducted under the patronage of Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic and IES FSV UK. Prague Summer School on International Business Transactions is a unique blend of law theory and business practice, where the students will acquire practical skills for their future careers. Contrary to the standard education which is focused primary on the theoretical knowledge, Prague Summer School is a project based on practical training, where students get involved in concrete real life transactions.

31. 8. 2014

JŠK advised the FINEP Group

Since February 2014 JŠK advised FINEP on the long-term lease and reconstruction of Lannův Palace, the historical building in Prague owned by the Czech Social Democratic Party. The transaction was successfully completed in July this year.

31. 7. 2014

In the middle of 2014 2014 Tomáš Doležil joined JŠK as a partner to strengthen its M&A practice

Tomáš focuses on mergers & acquisitions, private equity, corporate/commercial law and the TMT.

He has a considerable experience in advising on cross-border and domestic transactions, including some of the most significant transactions that have taken place on the Central European market over the last decade (sale of Telefonica Czech Republic or Central European network of breweries Anheuser-Busch InBev or acquisition of České Radiokomunikace and Bohemia Interactive Simulations).
Tomáš actively cooperates with Czech Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (CVCA), which supports companies operating in the field of private equity and venture capital. Thomas was from the beginning a member of the recodification commission to the Business Corporations Act established by the Ministry of Justice. He also actively participated in its preparation. Tomáš is a co-author of the Commentary on the Business Corporations Act (Wolters Kluwer) and the author of "The concerns in community law" (Auditorium 2008). He regularly lectures on corporate law and mergers and acquisitions.

30. 7. 2014
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