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Life Sciences


Kateřina Slavíková

Law can be a good servant, but in its ignorance, it can also be a bad master. What pleases me most about it is when I can conjure up from a jumble of paragraphs a seemingly simple piece of advice that will be a good and sensible servant. I mostly specialise in health and pharmaceutical law in conjunction with personal data protection. I also like media and advertising regulation, and everything related to food (from paragraphs to culinary travel experiences).

Dalibor Kovář

I enjoy learning about the still unexplored corners of private law and the commercial aspects of our clients' practices, and I prefer to set up and negotiate any commercial agreements, especially those involving technology or intellectual property. My children still make me approach things practically enough and with an eye for detail, my penchant for playing the ukulele trains my patience and pursuit of precision, and travelling gives me the opportunity to take things easy. I try to make the most of it all when providing legal services, which I do not consider boring in the least, as some might think.

František Neuwirth

Law is my biggest hobby and I can't imagine doing anything else. What I enjoy most about it is that every day is different and brings new challenges. I specialise mainly in pharmaceutical and health law, which I interweave with the agenda of contract law, intellectual property law, unfair competition, advertising, and public regulation. In my free time I like to get to know other cultures through the study of foreign languages. I always learn at least the basic phrases before I go abroad on my vacation. If I had to move somewhere, it would be Switzerland.

Martina Rievajová

The publication titled "Can a machine think?" by renowned scientist Alan Turing, and my first encounter with Pepper the robot, ignited a lifelong passion for the challenges of technology. This field, like any other aspect of human life, cannot do without belated state regulation, which encourages legal creativity in an unregulated industry. Information technology law and closely related intellectual property law and data protection are my daily challenge, which with each new case reinforces my curiosity and thirst for new information in this unexplored area.

Sabina Skoumalová

I realised in early childhood that studying law and becoming a lawyer was the path I wanted to take. Over time, I have found out that I would like to apply the somewhat grey theory of law and paragraphs in a field that is dynamic, innovative and intertwined with our lives. That is why I have chosen the area of pharmaceutical and health law, which undoubtedly fulfils this.

Vlaďka Laštůvková

My law practice is now mostly focused on pharmaceutical and health law. I discovered my interest in these fields during my studies at university, when I first started working in the pharmaceutical industry, and it hasn't left me even today. I gained experience in these areas not only in the legal profession, where I focused on corporate law and tax, but also in the association of pharmaceutical companies and during my internship at the Council of the European Union in Brussels, where I worked for the Public Health and Foodstuffs Department.

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