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March, 2007 - Prague 1, Czech Republic



Vaclav Rovensky and Pavel Dejl named as new partners at Kocián Šolc Balaštík


March 5, 2007
Kocián Šolc Balaštík Appoints New Partners

The current six partners of Kocián Šolc Balaštík (KSB) elected Pavel Dejl and Václav Rovenský as new partners. Both attorneys have been with KSB for a long time and are respected lawyers in their field of expertise.

Václav Rovenský joined KSB in 1995 and has been an advocate since 1996. His areas of practice and specialisation are energy law, environmental law, property law, construction law and infrastructure projects. He is considered a leading expert in energy and construction law and has led teams of attorneys in a number of major transactions, including project financing for major players in the energy sector in the Czech Republic. Václav obtained a Law degree from Charles University, Prague, where he also completed his postgraduate doctoral studies in international law and obtained Ph.D. degree.

Pavel Dejl joined KSB and became an advocate in 1998. His areas of practice and specialization are community law, competition law, insolvency law, litigation and arbitration. He is highly respected in his field of expertise by international legal publications, including The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers, which lists him as a leading competition law expert in the Czech Republic, and he regularly publishes professional articles on competition law. Dejl is KSB’s representative in Antitrust Alliance, an association of anti-trust teams of independent law firms in individual EU member countries. In his academic experience, Dejl has tutored European law at the Law Faculty of West Bohemian University, Pilsen. Pavel graduated from Charles University, Prague, with a Law degree and University of Amsterdam (LL.M. – 1996), and completed his postgraduate doctoral studies in private law at Law Faculty of Charles University where he obtained Ph.D. degree.

KSB managing partner Martin Šolc states, “We endeavor to grow and follow our strategy of a strong independent Czech law firm with an international dimension. This has been the first decision to expand our team of partners since 2003 when Dagmar Dubecká and Petr Kasík were elected partners”. He added, “I esteem Pavel and Václav not only for their professional knowledge and experience but also for their humanity and quality. I wish them both good luck in their new role”.


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