In “The Buzz” we interview experts on the legal industry living and working in Central and Eastern Europe to find out what’s happening in the region and what legislative/professional/cultural trends and developments they’re following closely. Because the interviews are carried out and published on the CEE Legal Matters website on a rolling basis, we’ve marked the dates on which the interviews were originally published.
The Czech Republic’s Hruby & Buchvaldek law firm has been engaged by Sebre — a Czech real estate development company — to advise it during the preparation of its new Medport project in Holesovice, a developing area of Prague. According to Hruby & Buchvaldek, Medport will be a multi-purpose building "featuring the innovative and modern architectural design of the renowned studio led by Stanislav Fiala."
Nobody should undertake a business venture in a foreign country without first seeking legal advice. The plaintiff cry, “But we do it that way at home” will fall on unsympathetic ears in Czech courts. However, the advice of a Czech lawyer might seem very strange, especially if you are from a Common Law environment.