The employment law team at PRK Partners is a well recognised leader both in our region and internationally. We have experience handling cases in all fields of employment and human resource management, dealing with matters ranging from the employment of foreigners, to employment dispute litigation. PRK Partners is regularly recognized as one of the best law firms in labour and employment law by the reputable publication Chambers Europe. Our review states that, “Clients flock to [PRK Partners’] door for advice on all manner of employment issues, from employment agreements and termination of contracts to collective bargaining.” We work with a wide-range of clients, with a particular focus on major employers.

Chambers Europe classifies PRK Partners as one of the leading law firms in banking and finance, corporate law (including mergers and acquisitions), dispute resolution, labour law, real estate, TMT and competition lawLegal 500 recommends PRK Partners across all jurisdictions in the areas of banking and finance, mergers & acquisitions, dispute resolution, employment law, energy law and competition lawThe list of Best Lawyers recognizes 7 experts PRK Partners and in banking and finance, capital markets, corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, real estate law and labour lawPLC Which Lawyer recommends PRK Partners in the areas of banking, capital markets, competition law, corporate law, dispute resolution, environmental law, intellectual property, labour law, outsourcing, real estate restructuring and insolvency, and TMTWho's Who Legal recognizes PRK Partners’ specialists in the fields of competition law, corporate governance and labour law

Notable Experience

  • Continued advisory to KSR International in employment and corporate law
  • Offered counsel on the secondment of employees around the EU for a Czech pharmaceutical company.
  • Assisted with the implementation of a whistle blowing policy at a transnational pharmaceutical company.
  • Gave legal support to a manager of a pharmaceutical company on the termination of her employment and negotiated her severance package.
  • Provided complete labour law consultancy for a major hotel chain in relation to its Czech branch – This included negotiating a collective bargaining agreement, preparing employee contracts for foreigners, arranging visas and work permits and reorganising management.

International alliance membership