MSB Legal, v.o.s.
158 00 Praha 13
MSB Legal, v.o.s. is a renowned law office with more than twenty years' tradition
It was incorporated in 1992 with the aim to provide complex legal services to natural persons and legal entities, entrepreneurs, as well as to companies and institutions in the Czech Republic and abroad.
We provide our services mainly in the area of business, labour, administrative and civil law and all this in Czech, English and French.
In our work we strictly abide by the following principles:
Professionalism, flexibility and personal approach
Our legal team consists of experienced professionals and all legal solutions are always prepared upon a thorough analysis and tailored in accordance with current legislation.
Our main aim is complex understanding of a problem and provision of an individual solution tailored to each client.
If the solution of a case exceeds the scope of our activities, experts of non-legal professions are invited to the team, e.g. financial analysts or tax advisors, always according to the requirements of the client and the complexity of the case.
Efficiency and transparency of legal services provided
Weplace emphasis on professional approach with regard to individual client requirements and specifics of each case, both in terms of time andmoney.
Each client is provided with precise records of the work performed and the respective costs, which allows the provision of legal services to be checked at any stage.
On 19 /02/2015, in the attachment to the daily E15 Právo a Byznys an article by an author working at the law office MSB Legal, v.o.s. was published with the title:“The termination of controlling agreements and new requirements on a report on relationships”
On http://www.epravo.cz on 10/02/2015, an article by an author working at the law office MSB Legal, v.o.s. was published with the title:“Advanced payment towards the payment of a share in company's profit “
On http://www.epravo.cz on 27/01/2015, an article by an author working at the law office MSB Legal, v.o.s. was published with the title:"Invalidity of a general meeting resolution after the recodification”.