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Havel & Partners – Czech Republic

Office Address Florentinum, Reception A Na Florenci 2116/15 110 00 Prague 1 Czech Republic Phone: +420 255 000 111 Contact: Robert Nešpůrek Contact: Richard Otevřel Website:


We strive not to be just lawyers, but new pathfinders passionate about our work and ready to provide practical and business-oriented answers cutting through even the most complex legal issues.

Havel & Partners was established in 2001 and has become the largest, top-tier law firm in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Its team of highly qualified lawyers in Prague, Brno, and Bratislava provides comprehensive services in all areas of business law.

Our clients include large international companies, medium-size firms, individual entrepreneurs and investors, start-ups as well as public sector authorities. We have advised approximately 70 of the Fortune 500 companies and more than 40 of the Czech Top 100 companies.

Our top priorities include client care and flexibility. We take an individual and personal approach to each client with a view to providing services with high added value and building lasting business relationships. Our lawyers are sought by clients for their comprehensive legal advice and strategic thinking as well as for their ability to complete our clients’ transactions successfully while furthering their business interests.

Technology experience

With a team of 20 lawyers and four partners, we have built a leading technology practice in the Czech Republic providing specialised legal services in relation to commercial transactions, regulatory advice, and dispute resolution. We also regularly work with investors who, when expanding their portfolios, focus on investing in technology companies and start-ups.

Our technology law related experience includes:

  • Technology-related contracts
  • Data protection and privacy law
  • Internet law
  • FinTech, including electronic payments, data storage, internet and mobile provision of financial services, application of biometric technology
  • E-government
  • Smart-world law, including robotics, autonomous vehicles, and drones
  • Cyber security law
  • Digital media
  • Electronic communications regulation
  • Technology related dispute resolution