At Bříza & Trubač we are not afraid of complex topics, including international law, European issues, restructuring and criminal tax law.

Recently David Linek published an article about wherever litigants from one state can litigate in a purely domestic case. The topic, which at first glance may seem like an academic curiosity, is of considerable importance in practice. It has even been dealt with by the Court of Justice of the European Union, which shows its relevance within the European legal area. For more information on this fascinating "trip" of Slovak companies before the Czech courts, see our latest article.

Our colleagues Ondřej Trubač and Patrik Koželuha recently gave a lecture on the basics of evidence in tax proceedings to representatives of the judiciary at the Judicial Academy in Kroměříž. They discussed not only the principles of evidence, but also the potential dangers of taking over the conclusions of the tax administrator in criminal proceedings. This interaction showed the importance of meeting and exchanging views between experts from different legal fields.

Finally, this week Martin Bareš gave a lecture on Practical Introduction to Preventive Restructuring as part of this year's Law and Practice online conference, organised by EPRAVO.CZ in cooperation with the Czech Bar Association.

At Bříza & Trubač, we believe that law is a constantly evolving discipline where not only the depth of knowledge is important, but also the ability to share and apply this knowledge in practice. We thank everyone who participates in our discussions and seminars and look forward to seeing you again.