Legal services

The law firm provides legal services in the following areas: 

  • civil law
  • commercial law
  • corporate law
  • labor law
  • criminal law
  • insolvency law

The law firm also provides legal services in other legal areas, in addition to the above, both in the sector of private and public law.

Providing legal services includes legal advice, drafting and revising contracts, preparing legal statements and motions, negotiations with the counterparty, as well as participation and representation in judicial and extrajudicial proceedings and proccedings before state administrative bodies.

When the client is a natural person that is not acting in the course of his / her business or as a self-employed person the legal relationship between the lawyer and the client is governed by Act No. 634/1992 Coll., On Consumer Protection, as amended.

At the request of the client who is a consumer, the lawyer is obliged to issue a document proving the provision of services, stating the date of their provision.

Should the client file a complaint concerning the legal service provided, the lawyer is obliged to provide the client (who is a consumer) with a document confirming when the client exercised the right to complain, what is the content of such a complaint and what method of claim settlement is required.

In the event of a dispute between the client and the lawyer arising from a contract on provision of legal services, the client as a consumer is entitled to an out-of-court settlement of such a dispute. The Czech Bar Association is the authorized body for an out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes between lawyers and their clients arising from contracts on provision of legal services. More information on an out-of-court dispute resolution by the Czech Bar Association can be found at www.cak.cz. The out-of-court settlement of consumer disputes is free of charge and the costs associated with it are borne by each party for itself.

The petition for an out-of-court settlement may be filed by the client within a period of one year from the date on which he / she exercised his / her right arising from such a dispute with the lawyer for the first time.