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Baker & McKenzie s.r.o., advokátní kancelář, Zuzana Ferianc, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

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Zuzana Ferianc

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Baker McKenzie LLP


Senior Associate. Employment


Mrs. Ferianc heads the Employment practice group in Prague. She specializes in labor law, advising clients on various issues such as preparation of employment agreements, internal regulations, termination of employment, implementation of redundancy and restructuring plans, collective dismissals, TUPE transfers, discrimination and harassment cases, collective bargaining, establishment of European Works Council. She also advises clients on immigration matters and secondments.

Mrs. Ferianc further advises clients on corporate governance issues within their M&A transactions; in particular, structuring management in their Czech and Slovak entities and D&O liabilities under Czech and Slovak law.


Mrs. Ferianc is fluent in Czech, Slovak, English and French.


Mrs. Ferianc was registered as an attorney at law with the Czech Bar Association in 2008 and the Slovak Bar Association in 2013.


Mrs. Ferianc obtained a Masters degree in Commercial Law at the Economics University in Prague in 2002 and a Masters degree in Law at the Law Faculty of Charles University Prague in 2004.

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Zuzana Ferianc - Baker & McKenzie s.r.o., advokátní kancelář

Within: Employment

Baker & McKenzie s.r.o., advokátní kancelář regularly advises on the employment aspects of large M&A transactions, and assists multinational companies with internal audits and high-profile employment terminations. Amazon, Celgene and ERB Bank are clients. Martin Hrodek and senior associate Zuzana Ferianc are the key names to note.

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