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Czech Republic - November 2015

PRK Partners receive prestigious Employment Law award

We are delighted to announce that member firm PRK Partners have been named best Czech law firm of the year for Employment Law in the 2015 Czech Law Firm of the Year awards.

Having been awarded the prize in the area of Labour Law for the third time, this achievement underlines the high quality of their services in this field. "For a long time we have had the feeling that we have done exceptionally well during this past year – we have gained new clients with very interesting mandates and have also deepened our long term cooperation with existing clients. Now we know that the feeling was right. The award has strengthened our conviction that we are heading in the right direction,” says Jaroslav Škubal, a partner at the firm.

They have also been recommended as one of the eight best law firms in the Czech Republic in other key practice areas, including Tax and Corporate Law. 

For further information on PRK Partners, please refer to their member profile.      



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