Hamala Kluch Viglasky is announcing that Lukas Michalik has been promoted to Partner, joining Founding Partners Roman Hamala, Martin Kluch, and Peter Viglasky.
According to a statement released by Hamala Kluch Viglasky, Michalik joined the firm in 2006 as one of its first members. "Since then," according to that statement, "he has demonstrated remarkable personal and professional qualities that quickly turned him into a most valuable member of the Hamala Kluch Viglasky team."
Michalik specializes in corporate/M&A, banking & finance, and real estate law. According to the Hamala Kluch Viglasky website, "throughout his practice, he has been involved in many complex cross-border transactions including some high-profile and largest deals being handled in the Slovak Republic. He is regularly involved in legal and business structuring of clients’ deals during their origination as well as during their execution and implementation."
He graduated in 2009 from the Charles University School of Law in Prague, and followed that up in 2012 with an LL.M. from the University of California at Berkeley Law School.
“The steady growth of the firm has required us to grow and re-shape the structure of our team. The expansion of our partnership pool sends a signal to the market that HKV is prepared for further growth and challenges," commented Founding Partner Roman Hamala. “The strength of our firm has always been in providing highly professional legal services, while preserving our flexible and solution-oriented approach that both our international and domestic clients value so much. Lukas has grown with the firm and has helped to shape the future of our business. He is a strong lawyer with extraordinary business-sense, combined with impeccable personal and management skills. These assets make him a partner of our firm that we are lucky to have."