Ladislav Drha is the founder and chief counsel of the law firm.
In 2007-2012 he was active with the Association for International Affairs, an NGO promoting research and education in the field of international relations. From 2011 until 2015 he was part of the team of Mgr. Luděk Vrána and JUDr. Robert Pelikán, Ph.D. In 2014 he passed an internship at the Court of Justice of the European Union in Luxembourg, namely with the chambers of General Court President Marc Jaeger. Since 2016 he has been running his own law firm.
Ladislav Drha graduated from the Faculty of law of the University of West Bohemia, Pilsen. Also, he studied at the Université Toulouse 1 Capitole in France to receive a university diploma in EU law in 2011 and a master’s degree in international, European and comparative law with a focus on competition in the European Union in 2013.
Ladislav Drha represents clients at court in disputes particularly arising out of civil and commercial law with a focus on corporate and contract law. In the field of property law, he and his team assisted in realization of several development projects. He appears as the defending counsel in several criminal procedures. Also, he provides legal service in France and Luxembourg in cooperation with his French colleagues.
As part of his earlier practice he also gained experience in administrative law and competition law by participating in representation of clients before the European Commission and the European Court of Justice in Luxembourg.
Ladislav Drha speaks Czech, English and French.
Mathilde Caussade is responsible for French affairs in Paris.
Mathilde Caussade is registered as an attorney at the Paris Bar Association and participates in cross-border Czech-French affaires. She studied at the University Toulouse 1 Capitole in France and received her Master’s degree in Arbitration and Litigation and a University diploma in EU law.
She passed several internships during her studies at university especially at the Court of Appeal in Paris. Mathilde has extensive professional experience particularly in law offices and currently works as an attorney-at-law. She represents clients at court in disputes particularly arising out of civil and commercial law, labour law and family law.
Mathilde Caussade is actively involved in cross-border Czech-French affaires as a leading lawyer.
She speaks French, English and Spanish.
Petra Kundrátová is a lawyer in our firm, registered as an attorney at law with the Czech Bar Association.
Petra Kundrátová graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague, where she
received her master’s degree. She worked as a legal assistant in a Prague law firm focused on
commercial law, insolvency law and debt collection. She joined Ladislav Drha’s team in 2016 to start
as a paralegal. During her studies she also passed internships at the High Court in Prague or the Child
Petra Kundrátová specializes in civil and commercial law, particularly the law of obligations and the
debt collection process. She also focuses on financial law with an emphasis on cyber currency law, a
topic of her extensive thesis at the university. Owing to her internships she gained experience in
penal and family law. In addition, during her studies she focused in detail on labour law, which
became her special expertise recognized by the university.
In addition to law, Petra Kundrátová actively learns foreign languages home or abroad. At the Charles
University in Prague she successfully passed El español jurídico, a four-semester course of legal
Spanish, and holds a Certificate in Advanced English awarded by the University of Cambridge.
Petra Kundrátová is fluent in Czech, English and Spanish.
David Matějka is a lawyer in our firm, registered as an attorney at law with the Czech Bar
David Matějka graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague, where he
received his master’s degree with a special focus on environmental law and penal law. During his
studies he worked as a trainee with JUDr. Katarína Maisnerová of the Prague 8 Executor’s Office.
Before joining our firm he worked for two renowned law offices in Prague as a general lawyer.
He mostly emphasizes property law, debt collection, protection of personal data including
comprehensive implementations of GDPR, and general civil and penal law matters. Also, David
Matějka represents clients in court proceedings with a special focus on disputes.
David Matějka speaks Czech, English and German.
Jakub Schneider is a lawyer in our firm, registered as an attorney at law with the Czech Bar
Jakub Schneider graduated from the Faculty of Law of the Palacký University in Olomouc and passed
an Erasmus+ study programme at the Faculty of Law of University D’Auvergne in Clermont-Ferrand in
France. Before joining our firm, Jakub Schneider worked at Juris pro bono o.p.s., an NGO rendering
„pro bono“ legal advice. During his studies he also passed an internship at an executor’s office in
Olomouc, the District State Attorney’s Office in Olomouc, a Prague-based law firm, or the District
Court in Ostrava.
As part of his general legal practice he mostly focuses on property law, contractual obligations, court
disputes, law of associations of apartment owners, as well as GDPR implementations. In addition, he
works for Bílý kruh bezpečí, an NGO assisting victims and witnesses of crime.
Jakub Schneider speaks Czech, English and French.
Monika Marková is a legal assistant in our firm.
Monika Marková studied at Lycée Carnot in Dijon, France, where she was awarded her baccalaureate and DALF, an international examination of the French language. Monika Marková studies at the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague. During her studies she passed an internship at the civil law section of the District Court of Prague 4 and worked in the commercial law team of a leading Prague-based law firm.
Monika Marková speaks Czech, French and English.
Sabina Presová is a legal assistant in our firm.
Sabina Presová studied at Lycée de Bellevue in Fort-de-France and passed DELF, an international examination of the French language awarded by the French Ministry of Education. She studies at the Faculty of Law of the Charles University in Prague while working as a paralegal in our legal team, where she mostly attends our French clients.
Sabina Presová is fluent in Czech, French and English.