David Padysak has joined DLA Piper in Prague as Head of Real Estate.
According to DLA Piper, "David will focus on all aspects of the real estate industry, including acquisitions, development and finance. David joins the team with extensive experience from both Czech and international law firms.. He is a renowned expert in real estate and provides clients with legal advice not only during acquisitions and sales, development, financing and construction, but also on day-to-day matters, including addressing issues related to the end use of real estate. In addition, he is able to advise on building permitting processes and on litigation matters related to real estate. He has extensive experience in all types of real estate, whether office, residential, retail, industrial or energy construction or agricultural land. Besides his expertise in real estate, equally important is also his knowledge of corporate and commercial law."
Prior to joining DLA Piper, Padysek spent 17 years at the Horak & Chvosta law firm, five and a half years with White & Case, and the last three and a half as a partner at Rovenska Partners. He graduated from Charles University in Prague in 1995.
“I am very pleased to welcome such an extraordinary lawyer into our ranks," DLA Piper Prague Managing Partner Miroslav Dubovsky. "It is our ongoing effort to provide our clients with a first-class service in all areas of law, whatever on transactions or consultancy. He will enrich our office not only with his legal skill but also with his ability to lead the team and motivate its members to achieve excellent results. I have no doubt that after such a start to the year we can expect a very interesting and successful 2020."
“It is a great honor and a challenge to become part of this experienced, talented, and friendly DLA Piper team, both in the Czech Republic and abroad," said Padysak. "There are many opportunities in real estate and this sector is still growing rapidly. I believe that at DLA Piper we are ideally positioned to help clients achieve their goals."