Ms Kamila Seberová > Wolf Theiss > Prague, Czech Republic > Lawyer Profile

Wolf Theiss
POBREZNI 12
186 00 PRAGUE 8
Czech Republic

Work Department

Life sciences, Employment and IP/IT. Kamila advises a number of major companies from the life sciences sector on regulatory matters related to pharmaceuticals, medical devices and food supplements, clinical trials, price regulation or marketing and advertisement of pharmaceuticals as well as assessment of compliance with legal regulations and ethical codes. Moreover, she often assists her clients in patent and unfair competition disputes or proceedings before the State Institute for Drug Control, Ministry of Health and administrative courts. Kamila's expertise also includes advising on various business contracts and commercial matters including employment or assessment of compliance and ethical codes in heavily regulated industries.

Position

Counsel

Career

Prior to founding a local law firm in the Czech Republic, Kamila spent more than 10 years at a major global law firm and worked for the Appeals Department of the Czech Patent Office. She was also appointed as an adviser to the Czech Association of Pharmaceutical Companies in relation to regulatory/legislative matters.

Languages

Czech, English, German

Education

Charles University Prague (Mgr.), 1998

Lawyer Rankings

Czech Republic > Commercial, corporate and M&A

Wolf Theiss acts for both buyers and sellers, providing legal advice across the lifespan of a corporate transaction, with additional expertise in restructurings and joint ventures. Led by Tereza Naučová, it is capable of leading on key domestic transactions and serving as local counsel for international companies in the pharmaceutical, private equity and technology sectors. Other key partners include Jitka LogesováRobert Pelikán and life sciences expert Kamila Seberová.

Czech Republic > Employment

Wolf Theiss covers a wide range of employment issues for clients, with its team being praised for being ‘very quick, always reachable and business-oriented’. Led by counsel Kamila Seberová, its experience spans workforce restructurings, collective dismissals, TUPE-related issues, the drafting (and revision) of employment contracts, bonus schemes and severance packages, among other matters. Senior associate Sabina Krajíčková is active in handling the employment aspects of cross-border mergers and she is also noted for her data protection expertise.