Andrea Orsulova

Nedelka Kubáč advokáti (Bratislava)
Lawyer (Partner)

Andrea Oršulová is a partner in the Bratislava office. She specialises in competition law, regulatory matters (telecommunications and energy) and public procurement. In competition law, she has extensive experience particularly regarding cartel agreements and abuse of dominant position. Andrea Oršulová read law in Bratislava (M.A.; Dr.). In 2014 she obtained a PhD. from the Faculty of Law of Danubius University, where she also lectured on competition law. From 1999 to 2003, she was director of second instance proceedings at the Antimonopoly Office of the Slovak Republic, and from 2003 to 2006 she worked at telecommunication companies as a legal specialist for competition law and regulatory matters. She has been a practicing attorney since 2006 and a member of the Slovak Bar since 2008. Initially she worked as an associate in the law firms CVD and Ružička Csekes, and from 2009 to 2014 in the law firm ius aegis as a partner. She has authored or co-authored numerous articles on competition law and is also the co-author of the publications Cartel Agreements (C.H. Beck, 2009), Competition Law in the Slovak Republic (Kluwer Law International, 2011, 2017) and Commentary on the Act on the Protection of Economic Competition (Wolters Kluwer, 2014). Andrea works in Slovak, English and Czech.

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6197 Bulletin

Andrea Orsulova, Erika Csekes, Juraj Čorba The Slovakian Constitutional Court issues a formal decision where it rejects a complaint for the review of the Ministry of Economy’s decision on refusal to grant State aid based on the act on investment incentives (X / Ministry of Economy)


Factual background: The applicant in December 2006 submitted to the Ministry of Economy request for the provision of state aid for a financing of the investment project “Construction of the new production plant for the production of specially patented steel-girders for the construction market”. (...)

Andrea Orsulova, Erika Csekes, Juraj Čorba A Slovakian Regional Court rules on the central office on employment failure to issue formal decisions on its refusal to grant de minimis State aid (Emil Krajèík)


The Regional Court ruled that the Central Office on Employment as well as regional employment offices breached rules on administrative proceedings by omitting to issue formal decisions on refusal to grant the de minimis state aid and incorrectly assessed criteria for provision of de minimis (...)

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