MELKUS KEJLA & PARTNERS was founded as a law firm specialising in media, telecommunications and ICT law by lawyers with many years of unique experience, not only in providing legal and advisory services to the largest television and radio broadcasters, the world’s leading media agencies, and major publishing houses, but also in directly managing the biggest international media companies operating in the Czech Republic.
Our significant media overlap means that we also offer clients specialised media and PR services to deal with routine and crisis situations.
MELKUS KEJLA & PARTNERS also covers all areas of law associated with the activities of corporations and entrepreneurs. The lawyers at MELKUS KEJLA & PARTNERS have a wealth of experience in the provision of legal services as part of their extensive litigation work, particularly in business and civil disputes, national and international arbitration, and administrative and criminal proceedings, and have been involved in numerous ground-breaking rulings that have redefined legal practice in the areas concerned.
Other core specialisations offered by MELKUS KEJLA & PARTNERS include competition law, property and construction law, corporate law and comprehensive legal assistance for commercial transactions, public procurement law, business on capital markets, banking and tax law, pharmaceutical and medical law, and labour law.
MELKUS KEJLA & PARTNERS works with ProFid, an accountancy and tax company, on a daily basis, enabling it to consult and address tax law issues with experienced experts and tax specialists. Legal services in Slovakia are provided in cooperation with the reputable law firm Vojčík & Partners, s.r.o. (www.vojcik.eu).
Our goal is not only your satisfaction, but also – and especially – the certainty that our industry-leading legal and media service is the ideal solution for you. With this in mind, besides rendering top-quality legal advice and media services, it is also routine for us to provide long-term support and protection for your business, for example, by monitoring changes to relevant legislation and the latest decision-making practices of the courts and administrative authorities. You have better insight with us.