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ROWAN LEGAL

GEMINI CENTER, NA PANKRÁCI 1683/127, 140 00 PRAHA 4, CZECH REPUBLIC
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ROWAN LEGAL expands into TAX, ACCOUNTING and PAYROLL OUTSOURCING

September 2011

The company LONGEA s.r.o. which was specialised in tax and accounting has integrated into ROWAN LEGAL advisory group.

Now ROWAN LEGAL operates as a full-service firm and its dedicated team of professionals provide a full range of legal services as well as tax advisory, accountancy services and payroll outsourcing.

ROWAN LEGAL profile
The ROWAN LEGAL advisory group was founded in 1990 in the former Czechoslovakia. Operating as a full-service firm, its dedicated team of professionals provide a full range of legal services, including services related to the firm’s particular areas of specialisation, as well as tax advisory, accountancy services and payroll outsourcing.
The exceptional quality of the services provided by the ROWAN LEGAL advisory group is the product of the skill of its talented professionals, combined with the firm’s corporate values and strong culture. 


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