Barbora Dubanská

CMS Cameron McKenna (Prague)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Barbora Dubanská is a senior associate and a member of the Commercial, Regulatory & Disputes team in Prague. She also heads the local Competition practice as well as the local German Desk. Barbora specializes in all areas of competition law including compliance issues. She has more than eight years of experience in advising clients on such diverse matters as complex EU & Czech merger control filings, cartel investigations, public procurement, investment incentives and state aid issues. She has also advised governmental agencies on the organisation of public tenders. Barbora also has a vast experience in advising major German consumer products, real estate and technology companies on their investments in the Czech Republic. She regularly advises German companies on day-to-day corporate housekeeping and commercial law matters. Prior to joining CMS in Prague, Barbora gained professional experience at several respected international law firms in Prague as well as in Düsseldorf.

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CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre (Paris)
CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre (Paris)
CMS (Brussels)
CMS Cameron McKenna (Sofia)
CMS (London)

Articles

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Barbora Dubanská, David Emr The Czech Regional Court in Brno cancels the decision of the President of the Office for the Protection of Competition concerning a well-known, long-running international cartel operating within the sector of gas insulated switchgears on the grounds of breaching the legal principle of ne bis in idem (GIS cartel)

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I. Introduction On 26 June 2008, the Regional Court in Brno cancelled the decision of the President of the Czech Office for the Protection of Competition (the „Office«) concerning a well-known, long-running international cartel operating within the sector of gas insulated switchgears («GIS»). (...)

Barbora Dubanská, David Emr The Czech High Court in Olomouc upholds that the largest national producer of electricity violates its dominant position by discriminating against one of its long-term brown coal suppliers (ČEZ)

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I. Introduction On 23 October 2001, the High Court in Olomouc upheld the decision of the President of the Czech Office for the Protection of Competition (the «Office»), which imposed a fine of CZK 7,500,000 on the company ČEZ, a. s., the largest producer of electricity in the Czech Republic (...)

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