Each one of us brings something to the table, so to speak. While one contributes with her meticulousness, another has led something of a colourful life, whereas one of the members shows great clarity in their open-minded approach to matters, others are quick at helping and coming up with ideas and suggestions.
JUDr. Bc. Michal Březovják
lawyer and registered mediator
An independent lawyer listed in the Register of Lawyers maintained by the Czech Bar Association under registration number 11762, he obtained a master’s degree from the Faculty of Law at Palacký University in Olomouc. During his law studies, he also gained qualifications in management and economics, graduating with a bachelor’s degree and receiving the “Bc” title. This educational background helps him solve matters not only from a legal perspective, but also an economic angle, which is much appreciated by clients from the business sector.
Since 2011, he has also been engaged in mediation as an effective method for handling out-of-court settlements. He received a Mediation Certificate from the Czech Bar Association after passing a training course entitled “European experience in mediation and its implementation in the environment of Czech law” organised by the Brussels and Czech Bar Associations. In spring 2012, he attended a “BUSINESS (business mediation) follow-up” seminar held by the Czech Bar Association. In 2013, after passing the mediation exam, his name was entered into the Register of Mediators maintained by the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic, and he is authorised to provide mediation services as a “registered mediator”. He successfully applies mediation techniques in suitable cases in his legal practice, in particular when negotiating amicable settlements.
After successfully defending his thesis “Mediation in the Czech Legal System” at Charles University in Prague in 2014, and passing the rigorous examination in civil procedure, he is authorised to use the “JUDr.” academic title.
Mgr. Magda Fekiačová
After graduating from the Faculty of Law at Masaryk University in Brno, she started out in her professional career as a trainee lawyer at a law firm in Olomouc, culminating in her passing the bar examination in 2014. She worked for a short time as a corporate lawyer in the following year. Since May 2016, she has been an independent lawyer, and is listed in the Register of Lawyers of the Czech Bar Association under the registration number 16936.
She joined the team as a cooperating lawyer by entering into an agreement on long-term cooperation with JUDr. Bc. Michal Březovják, a lawyer and mediator. She has the capacity to participate in all cases, including criminal defence. Her specialisations are civil and family law, human rights and assistance to victims of crimes. She has been involved in the “Lawyers at Schools” project since 2019.
Mgr. Petra Štefková
A graduate of the Faculty of Law at Charles University in Prague, she worked as an assistant at a law firm in the city during her studies. Subsequent to graduating in 2012, she joined the same firm as a trainee lawyer. She has worked at our office since 2015, first as a trainee, and now as a lawyer.
Although she is engaged in all legal matters, her focus is on civil, family and construction law, in addition to environmental law.
Mgr. Marie Martinů
Subsequently, she joined the legal department of the Research Institute of Rubber and Plastics Technology and after its privatization continued as a corporate lawyer at SPUR, a.s. in Zlín. In her practice, she has focused and continues to focus primarily on labor law and commercial law.
Mgr. Alžběta Chudárková
Alžběta is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at Palacký University in Olomouc. She has been an intern at our law firm since 2019. Her interests are in criminal law, including restorative justice, which is her intended specialisation. She speaks English and can understand Spanish.