Ludvik Juricka Rejoins Deloitte Legal as Partner

Ludvik Juricka Rejoins Deloitte Legal as Partner

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Former Havel & Partners Partner Ludvik Juricka has rejoined Deloitte Legal as a Partner and leader of the firm's commercial team as well as its offices in Brno and Ostrava.

Specializing in M&A and real estate, Juricka spent almost ten years with Havel & Partners, from 2012 to 2022, where he made Partner in 2018 (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on January 18, 2018). He had originally joined the Ambruz & Dark Law Firm in 2001, the same year the firm changed its affiliation from PwC to Deloitte Legal. He was appointed as Attorney at Law/Director with Deloitte in 2011.

"Ludvik returns to us after ten years and his consistent presence in the Moravian and Silesian market makes him the best choice for us to significantly strengthen and develop our law firm in this part of the country," Deloitte Legal Czech Republic Managing Partner Martin Bohuslav commented. "Ludvik also focuses on advising private clients, particularly in private wealth management, including family holdings and foundations ‒ another area in which we are looking to grow significantly. I am very pleased to have him back at a time of continued strengthening of our team and of the services we provide to clients."

"I have always been convinced that the greatest value to a client is the opportunity to provide them with the ability to engage specialists in tax, financial advisory, technology consulting, and other areas important to the business along with high-quality legal advice," Juricka added. "The size of the law firm's international network also plays a significant positive role, as the ambitions and skills of entrepreneurs from our country have long since exceeded its borders. In both areas, I will be able to offer our clients first-class comprehensive advisory services thanks to my cooperation with colleagues within Deloitte in the Czech Republic and worldwide."