We provide legal services to clients on the territory of the Czech Republic and Slovakia since 2003.
We collaborate with law offices in other Central and Eastern European countries to ensure our clients a high standard of services in the area of CEE.
What we focus on
We know our clients' business
We try to perceive the essence of our clients' business. We always focus on how our clients' businesses generate money.
We speak the language of our clients
We do not burden our clients with legal terminology, but simply „translate“ everything into common language. We carefully adapt our communication to the addressees.
We have a proactive approach
We try to predict the development of events. The right solution must not only meet current needs, but also withstand the future.
What do we do differently?
We are not alibis and accept responsibility
Our output does not end with a long list of disclaimers for the proposed solution. Our clients thus pay for services for which we bear full responsibility.
Honest services at fair prices
We offer only practical solutions and avoid providing unsolicited and useless information, which ultimately means more accurate services for less money.
Our hourly rates already include a high level of expertise
Our clients pay for a high level of our knowledge, not for increasing our qualifications. That's why you won't find items like „research of professional literature“ on our invoice.
See the Expertise section for details on the services we provide and references.
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Loutky v nemocnici
In the Czech Republic, nearly 180,000 children are hospitalized in pediatric wards each year, many of whom are restricted to long-term bed care. Every adult well knows that a hospital stay is a psychologically demanding endeavor – caregivers are usually so overloaded that they have little time to devote to individual patients, and the pain and separation from family is an even greater burden to children. Young patients often become bored and sad; they miss the comfort of their homes, and they experience an ever-growing sense of bitterness associated with their illness and the separation from family to which they are subjected.
The civic association Loutky v nemocnici (Puppets in Hospitals) is devoted to dramatherapy work and the development of activities in the psychosocial care fields. Already in its seventh year, the program works to make child hospital stays a more pleasant experience. With ill children, puppets can bring about more benefit than medication – they know how to conjure smiles, chase away the sadness of not being at home, and help for a moment to forget about pain and suffering. Through theatrical performances, games, and songs, the puppets help children on their path to recovery and attempt to create a space in which to play and discuss life’s realities. Loutky v nemocnici spends varying amounts of time at hospital departments – the puppets are often available throughout the entire day and even occasional week-long programs are prepared. For more information, visit the Loutky v nemocnici website or social networks: