What does the recent Supreme Court decision Case No. 27 Cdo 3549/2020 means for you and your company.
In August 2021, a two-week programme will be held at the International Business Law (IBL) Summer School, where our law firm partner Petr Bříza will be a lecturer.
Lawyers from our firm lead a webinar about substantial amendments to the Business Corporations Act.
Attorneys at Law Bříza & Trubač in cooperation with EPRAVO.CZ looked into the situation of criminal tax law in Slovakia
Petr Bříza has this week commented on the issue of recovery of funds which have been provided.
If you are, like us, enthusiasts of new technologies and progress, you will be pleased to hear that cryptocurrencies are no foreign word to us.
Patrik Koželuha and Markéta Polendová have prepared an overview of changes to registration of ultimate beneficial owners.
Prestigious Legal 500 has published its new ranking for the Europe, Middle East & Africa region.
Petr Bříza and Tomáš Hokr have contributed to the book called Rome I and Rome II in practice which has just been published by Intersentia.
With his contribution, Petr focuses on the Czech perspective on validity of international arbitration
You can find Ondřej’s comment on course of administrative proceedings that result from breaches of the COVID-19 related crisis measures
On November 12, 2020, the Conference of Criminal Tax Law took place on the epravo.cz portal for the third time.
Our partners Petr Bříza and Ondřej Trubač met with Renata Novotná from #podcastysadvokaty to speak about difficulties they encountered while establishing their own law firm.
Bříza & Trubač was again awarded in the prestigious domestic ranking Law Firm of the Year
In January next year, a new Tax Law Amendment shall enter into force. This Amendment will bring, among other things, a decrease of the interest on late payment by six per cent.
Bříza & Trubač together with Epravo.cz and with the support of the Chamber of Tax Advisers organizes the 3rd year of the conference Criminal tax law
This year, the conference will take place on November 12, 2020 and will be online. Topics such as criminal liability of legal persons, the institute of rights abuse, the question of a time-bar and current case law will be discussed.
In an interview, provided by our founding partner Ondřej Trubač, Ondřej comments not only on the development of filing criminal complaints by tax authorities but also on the institute of effective remorse in case of tax evasion and the conditions that must be met for the termination of criminal liability.
Also in this year, our law firm was included in the Yearbook of prominent law firms which is published annually by the portal epravo.cz, and so found itself in the outstanding company of the most prestigious law firms.
Our law firm became a partner of the non-profit organisation Czech Landscape which acts in the field of protection of nature, landscape and environment. With its unique project Czech Serengeti, this organisation attempts to save one of the most valuable natural sites in the Czech Republic.
What brought Kristián to study law and join the Bar, and what role does tram number 17 play in this?
Our partners, Petr Bříza and Ondřej Trubač, co-founded a new think tank called Rozumné právo (Reasonable Law) together with other legal experts from various legal fields.
The issue of processing the content of a former employee’s mailbox has been dealt with in the latest article written by our associates Veronika Zhejbalová and Barbora Klimešová.
The international arbitration industry leading Kluwer Arbitration Blog published an article authored by Petr Bříza, the founding partner of our law firm.
Petr Bříza contributed to the latest issue of the prestigious legal journal the European Legal Forum. In his article, Petr examines a decision of the Czech Supreme Court which held that the matters of assignment, set-off and late payment interest fall outside the scope of the CISG. The decision is also interesting for its treatment of the conflict-of-law issues of cross-border assignment, set-off and late payment interest.