Kamila Seberova, Radka Nenickova, and Tereza Naucova have joined Wolf Theiss in Prague as Counsels, Dita Sulcova has joined as a Tax Consultant, and Filip Michalec has joined as a Senior Associate.
“Less than a year ago we announced that our Prague team would shortly double or triple in numbers," said Managing Partner Jitka Logesova. "You can now see that happening and our expansion won’t stop there."
Seberova has spent the past eight and a half years at the Rada & Partner law firm, which she co-founded in 2011. Before that she spent over ten years with Norton Rose in Prague and a year and a half with the Czech Patent Office. “For several years Kamila Seberova has advised key players in this industry on regulatory matters with a focus on intellectual property and unfair competition," Jitka Logesova said. "She arrives with an excellent reputation and a proven track record, as evidenced, among others, by her selection as advisor by the Czech Association of Pharmaceutical Companies."
Radka Nenickova will head Wolf Theiss's Czech Real Estate practice. Before joining Wolf Theiss she held senior positions at two international law firms, and joins the firm from a major real estate developer. “In addition to her legal skills, Radka has tremendous market knowledge and a firm grasp of the real estate environment," said Partner Robert Pelikan, Head of Wolf Theiss's Czech Dispute Resolution and Competition practices. "This provides us with significant added value. Furthermore, she understands exceptionally well the practical aspects of our clients’ projects. It is this sector specialization what is particularly valued by our clients."
Tereza Naucova joins Wolf Theiss's Corporate/M&A team after spending more than ten years at Kinstellar (and legacy Linklaters).
Filip Michalec joins the Banking & Finance team from Dentons, where he spent the past two and a half years. According to Wolf Theiss, "in addition to focusing on capital markets, regulatory compliance and anti-money laundering, Filip is also engaged in the area of innovative financial services."