Juliana Turcekova

Juliana Turcekova

Attorney

Expertise

  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate and Business
  • Employment and Labor
  • Energy

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

WSG Leadership

Employment and Labor Group
Member

Cechova & Partners
Slovakia

Profile
In 2007 Juliana Turcekova joined the Law Firm BOLLARDT, s.r.o. Since 2010 Juliana has been cooperating with Cechova & Partners. She is a member of the Slovak Bar Association since 2007 and passed the Bar exams in 2010.

Juliana graduated from the Law Faculty of Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia and received M.A. in 2005. She is a Slovak national and speaks English.

During her practice, she has participated on provision of legal services to one of the largest electricity producers in the Slovak Republic regarding various aspects of its day-to-day operations, especially commercial litigation, energy law, corporate and business law, employment and labour law and other areas and also on day-to-day provision of legal services to several medium sized companies operating in various sectors (including local TV broadcasting, advertising and consultation in environmental matters). She participated also on representation of an agency administering state owned land in all litigation matters in the capital city.

Bar Admissions

Slovak Bar Association

Education

Law Faculty of Comenius University, Bratislava, Slovakia (Graduated (M.A.) 2005)
Areas of Practice

Commercial Law | Corporate and Business | Employment and Labor | Energy | Litigation

Professional Career

Professional Activities and Experience

BOLLARDT, s.r.o., 2003 - 2010
Cechova & Partners, 2010
Articles

Protection of Lessees during the COVID-19 Crisis
Cechova & Partners, April 2020

A draft bill [1] passed preventing lessors of real estate, including flats and non-residential properties, to unilaterally terminate lease due to delay of lessees with payment of rent, including payments for performance usually associated with the lease, which are due during the period between 1 April 2020 and 30 June 2020...

COVID-19: Impossibility of Performance
Cechova & Partners, March 2020

In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the Government of the Slovak Republic has adopted several restrictive measures which may, in contractual relationships governed by the Civil Code, cause impossibility of t debtor’s performance.[1]In this alert we focus in more detail on the issue of additional impossibility of performance and subsequent cessation of obligation due to the spread of COVID-19 and adoption of the related preventive measures...