Robert Nemec is a Partner at PRK Partners specialising in commercial litigation and arbitration,banking, mergers and acquisitions, insolvency and restructuring.
Robert is an attorney at law and President of the Czech Bar Association. He is an arbitrator of the Arbitration Court attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic. He has also been named an arbitrator of the Vienna International Arbitral Centre (VIAC). He is a member of the International Bar Association.
He obtained a Master's degree (Mgr.) in law from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague in 1995. Between 2005 and 2007 Robert completed an International Practice Diploma Program at the College of Law of England and Wales and received an International Practice Diploma in Corporate Law, M&A, Capital Markets and Loans. In 2009 he completed his postgraduate studies and obtained a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in US and Global Business Law from Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts (US). Robert received a Doctorate degree (JUDr.) in law from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague in 2020.
Robert is consistently ranked among leading practitioners in the areas of banking and finance and dispute resolution by respected legal directories, such as IFLR1000, The European Legal 500 and Chambers Europe and Chambers Global. In addition, Best Lawyers named him Banking and Finance Lawyer of the Year 2012. Robert is also listed and recommended in the areas of banking and finance, dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions, corporate law and TMT in various other directories and publications, including Chambers Europe, Expert Guides and Legal Experts. He is fluent in Czech and English.
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