François Veit

PRK Partners (Prague)
Lawyer (Partner)

Before joining the firm as partner, François Veit was resident partner of the Gide Loyrette Nouel office in Prague between 1999 and 2010, where he handled transactions in both the Czech Republic and Slovakia. François specializes in company law, mergers and acquisitions, property law and intellectual property; he also has substantial experience in real estate and environmental law matters. François obtained a Master of Laws degree from Harvard Law School, a master’s degree in criminal law from the University of Paris II - Panthéon Assas, a master’s degree in musicology and a degree in philosophy from the University of Paris Sorbonne. François became a member of the Paris Bar in 1990 and has been a member of the Czech Bar Association since 1999. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Franco-Czech Chamber of Commerce, and has also been a French Foreign Trade Advisor (Conseiller du Commerce Extérieur) for more than ten years now. François also sits on the Board of Directors of the Harvard Club of Prague. François is listed and recommended as a leading practitioner in the areas of corporate law, banking and finance, real estate and IT, IP and telecoms in numerous directories and publications, including Chambers Europe, The European Legal 500, Legal Experts and PLC Which Lawyer?. He is one of the authors of Media Law and Intellectual Property Law in the Czech Republic.

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Gide Loyrette Nouel (Prague)

Articles

10317 Bulletin

François Veit, Lipka Jurav The Slovak Antimonopoly Office holds that several provisions of the lawyers’ rules of professional conduct breach both Slovak and EU competition provisions (Slovak Bar Association)

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In this contribution we provide a summary of the decision issued on 22 December 2005 by the Slovak Anti-monopoly Office (“Office”) whereby the Office held that several provisions of the Rules of professional conduct for Attorneys (“Rules”) issued by the Slovak Bar Association breached Slovak and EU (...)

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