Ambruz & Dark Deloitte Legal is a law firm, which, thanks to their high standard of legal services and expertise, personnel and technology, as well as their command of languages, are among the most prestigious law firms in the Czech Republic. The offices have branches in the largest Czech cities: Prague, Pilsen, Brno and Ostrava and they currently represent a large number of clients from the Czech Republic and abroad.
We are a part of Central European network of law firms associated with Deloitte: Deloitte Legal, numbering over 150 lawyers in 17 countries of the CE region. In Czech Republic, services are provided about 40 lawyers, most of whom are counsels and advocates.
We cooperate closely with other Deloitte professionals from tax, accounting, audit, financial advisory and consulting and as such are able to provide a full-scope of services according to our clients‘ needs. We believe that problems can be dealt with in two ways: they can either be avoided or solved. For this reason, we formulate solutions to our clients‘ problems in order to avoid future risks and in a way that our clients understand.
We provide comprehensive services in the scope of all legal matters that affect the business activity of enterprises. We advise to the most significant international corporations, as well as large and medium-sized domestic businesses in Czech, English, German, Italian, French, Russian and Spanish. In our daily work we draw on the collective expertise of the global Deloitte network, which makes it possible for us to carry out international projects.
Prague, 13 April 2014 – 9 of 10 approached contracting authorities and public procurement suppliers agree with the cancellation of the obligation to rescind a public contract, if only one bid is received. Those are the results of a survey among public, sector and subsidised public authorities and among public procurement suppliers carried out by Ambruz & Dark Deloitte Legal.
Despite the fact that the Civil Service Act is implementing a whole range of contentious changes, it will be an improvement to the functioning of the state apparatus, thereby also benefiting conditions for business. The reason for this is that the fundamental idea lies in separating the state apparatus from unwanted political influences.
We have long heard the voices of entrepreneurs calling for a stable and predictable legal environment. The main demand is that frequent unpredictable changes, for instance to tax regulations, cease to occur. If changes are made, they should be systematic and logical.
Both experts and politicians consider last year’s amendments to the Trade Licensing Act and the Employment Act to be one of the most significant steps towards the lowering of the administrative burden of entrepreneurs. The authorities have changed the rules for “paperwork,” so that it is not an obstacle to business.
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