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rutland ježek, law firm was again included in the reputable annual edition of the IFLR1000 (2018), the worldwide independent guide which lists leading financial law firms in the given region. Read more

rutland ježek, law firm based in the Czech Republic on a new important institute of the Czech Immigration law. Read more

Mojmír Ježek, partner of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Forms of business activities in the Czech Republic Read more

Michal Dobiáš, attorney of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Lease of business premises. Read more

Mojmír Ježek, partner of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Legal news for entrepreneurs in 2016. Read more

Vojtěch Makovec, junior associate of Czech law firm rutland ježek in the economic magazine Doing business in the Czech Republic 2017 with the article Steps for acquiring a Czech trade licence. Read more

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Company Law

rutland ježek advise many domestic and foreign clients in the area of Czech corporate law. Our team of legal experts is equally able to provide effective assistance to smaller companies or start-ups as well as to large multinational groups. The scope of our advice covers a broad range of services, from straightforward routine tasks (such as the establishment of a new company or day-to-day corporate-governance duties) to sophisticated large-scale projects with an international element or special tax aspects, always with the focus on maintaining maximum efficiency in terms of time and expenditure.

 

From among the scope of advice routinely provided by rutland ježek in this area of law, the following deserve particular mentioning:

 

  • establishment of new Czech companies
  • incorporation and procurement of trade and business licenses
  • organization of general meetings and meetings of other corporate bodies
  • increasing or decreasing the capital stock of Czech companies
  • planning and implementing transformations, restructuring projects, or the liquidation of companies
  • joint venture issues
  • share plans and option plans
  • structuring the legal relations between affiliates within holding groups