Matej Danek


Matěj Daněk is an attorney at PRK Partners specialising in employment law, employment-law aspects of legal audits, collective dismissals and collective bargaining and antidiscrimination law. Matej also delivers legal advice on legislation related to immigration law, particularly with regard to international relocation programs and residence of managers/statutory bodies from abroad in the Czech Republic. Matej regularly speaks at professional seminars and contributes to scholarly publications.

Matej received his Master’s degree (Mgr.) in law from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in 2006 and joined PRK Partners as an attorney. From 2003 to 2006 he worked as a legal assistant and in the following three years as a junior associate at Procházka Randl Kubr, Attorneys at Law (now PRK Partners). In 2007 Matej interned at the Central Office of Ius Laboris in Brussels.

He is a member of CzELA (Czech Employment Lawyers Association), AKV (Association for Development of Collective Bargaining and Labour Relations) and EELA (European Employment Lawyers Association). In 2009 he became a member of the Czech Bar Association as an attorney at law.

Matej is fluent in Czech and English.

Matej is co-author of a publication Zaměstnávání cizinců na území České republiky, 2nd updated edition, ANAG, 2020 (Employing foreigners in the Czech Republic), textbook Základy pracovního práva, 2nd updated edition, KEY Publishing s.r.o., 2012 (Basics of Labour Law) and A Brief Introduction to Czech Labour Law, Verlag Dr. Hut, 2000.

Matej is recommended as an expert in labour law by Chambers Europe.


"Matěj Daněk has a robust practice regularly advising on mandates relating to employee immigration permits and personal data protection. He also has experience assisting employers with employee participation procedures."
Chambers Review 2021
"Matěj Daněk is specialised in international recruitment and also advises on personal data protection, collective dismissals and collective bargaining."
"Matěj Daněk primarily advises on due diligence of M&A projects, as well as on regulatory matters and immigration projects."
Chambers Review 2019

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