David
Ilczyszyn,
Advocate,
partner

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dilczyszyn@rovenska.partners
+420 602 669 838
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David Ilczyszyn concentrates on litigation, corporate and commercial law, mergers & acquisitions, insolvency law (including insolvency litigation and restructuring), energy, regulatory and competition law.

Over the course of his career which spans more than 25 years, David has advised numerous international and Czech clients on a broad variety of legal matters which summary is as follows:

  • Representing clients before Czech courts and arbitration courts in comprehensive construction, commercial, property or employment litigations;
  • Long-term advice on corporate matters for numerous Czech and international clients, including the establishment of their Czech subsidiaries or branch offices, organization of general meetings of such companies and arranging for the necessary corporate changes including the registration thereof in the Commercial Register, preparation and negotiation of shareholders’ agreements, mergers, carve-outs, the dissolution of companies and squeeze-outs, etc.;
  • Representing numerous international and Czech clients as to EU law issues in various transactions, including advisory services concerning public aid and competition law implications; and
  • Day-to-day advisory services for numerous international and Czech clients concerning various employment matters, including the preparation of incumbency agreements with their directors, drafting template employment agreements and internal labor regulations, and advising on employment termination issues, including the representation of such clients in labor-law litigation.

Before he joined rovenska.partners in July 2023, David worked for more than 12 years as counsel for the Prague office of global law firm White & Case. Prior to that, he worked for Horák & Chvosta from 1995 to 2011, first as a trainee lawyer and eventually as a partner.

Education: Charles University, Faculty of Law, Mgr. (1994)

Languages: Czech, English

ČAK license number: 04910