Jiři Švejda

Bird & Bird (Prague)
Lawyer (Associate)

At Bird & Bird, he works as a junior associate in the Commercial and Intellectual Property Groups in Prague. Whilst he spent almost two years working in another recognised law firm focused on commercial, corporate and employment matters, Bird & Bird is his first full-time position after completing his degree, and he is in the process of gaining more practice experience. His goal has always been to work in an innovative international law firm regarded as the best in advising on intellectual property law matters, and Bird & Bird was simply his first choice. He believes a good lawyer should possess key knowledge of the client’s business, attention to detail, and good ethics. What he appreciates at Bird & Bird is the innovative and modern approach combined with the set of firm values, which he believe forms an environment where he will be able to fulfil his professional goals.

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Vojtech Chloupek, Jiři Švejda The Czech Competition Authority imposes a fine for anti-competitive parking conditions for certain hybrid vehicles in paid parking zones in Prague (City of Prague)

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The Czech Office for the Protection of Competition ("Office") published a press release on 16 July 2020 (without publishing the full decision yet) regarding a fine imposed for anti-competitive parking conditions for certain hybrid vehicles in paid parking zones in Prague. According to this (...)

Vojtech Chloupek, Jiři Švejda The Czech Competition Authority imposes fines for illegal cartel agreement in the rail freight transport market (AWT / Interfracht / Argo Logistics / Spedica)

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On 22 June 2020 the Czech Office for the Protection of Competition (Office) published a press release (without publishing the full decision yet) regarding fines imposed for concluding and executing a prohibited cartel agreement regarding train projects Carpathia, Sylvania, and New Carpathia. (...)

Jiři Švejda, Vojtech Chloupek The Czech Constitutional Court repeals the Act on significant market power which protected food suppliers from unfair practices by big retail chains on the basis of discrimination and unconstitutionality

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Back in 2016 and 2017, two different groups of senators proposed that the Constitutional Court repeal the Czech Act No. 395/2009 Coll., on Significant Market Power ("Act"), or at least some parts of it. In general, the Act protects food suppliers from unfair practices by big retail chains. (...)

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