Ondřej Slezák


Ondřej Slezák is an attorney-at-law with more than 10 years of practice. He specializes, in particular, in litigations in general courts and arbitrations, including labour disputes. Alongside this, he has extensive experience in M&A and corporate practice.

In providing legal services, Ondřej places big emphasis on his clients’ business interests and looks for solutions that work for clients not only from the legal perspective. The objective of litigation practice is to provide clients with a comprehensive assessment of their individual cases rather than push them towards useless disputes.

Previous practice:

  • CS Legal, attorneys-at-law, 2014
  • Švehlík & Mikuláš, attorneys-at-law (SAMAK), 2012
  • White & Case, 2007
  • Klein Šubrt Došková, attorneys-at-law / KSĎ Šťovíček, attorneys-at-law, 2004


  • English

Significant clients and successful projects:

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  • Implementation and coordination of an internal legislative audit of a client’s processes in relation to the public aspects of an entrepreneurial activity.
  • Sale of a company supplying the automobile industry with development services.
  • Setting of business product conditions, including the analysis and application of regulatory aspects of the Czech National Bank.
  • Representation of a top management member in a procedure for the invalid termination of employment with a subsequent reimbursement of the right to lost wage exceeding EUR 400.000.
  • Acquisition of a pre-bankrupt energy dealer, including the coordination of antitrust procedures in 5 jurisdictions.
  • Legal support of a central European pharmaceutical group in setting intra-group relationships.
  • Legal consultancy relating to the unauthorized handling of a client’s trademark.
  • Legal support of creditors in the reorganization of an automotive producer, including the analysis of the reorganization plan.
  • Representation of a significant brewery group in a procedure relating to rights and claims pursuant to a licence and distribution agreement exceeding EUR 400.000 against a Lithuanian company.
  • Consultancy for a foreign spare part distributor’s governing body member in the negotiation of the conditions of termination of employment with a subsequent severance pay exceeding EUR 500.000.