Senior Associate Kristína Bartoskova has been appointed head of Baker McKenzie's International Commercial & Trade practice in Prague.
Bartoskova, who has been with Baker McKenzie for nearly seven years, focuses on corporate and commercial law matters. According to the firm, "she advises on all aspects of international commercial law including, inter alia, international trade, distribution and agency agreements, franchising, advertising and consumer protection, [and she] regularly conducts due diligence investigations involving both Czech and Slovak companies."
In addition, Baker McKenzie reports, "Kristina has experience in regulatory proceedings, including public procurement proceedings, structuring strategy in public procurements, evaluation of technology issues and assistance in negotiations with contracting authorities. Kristína has also advised and represented clients in commercial litigations, insolvency proceedings and related litigations, employment and tax litigations, as well as domestic and international arbitration proceedings. In addition, she regularly provides advice in the areas of information technology including domain name disputes, and advises with respect to Czech and Slovak criminal law matters."
She is a graduate of the Law Faculty of Charles University, where she received a Master's degree. She is registered with the Czech Bar Association as an attorney and with the Slovak Bar Association as a European attorney.