Ms Lenka Subenikova > Cechová & Partners > Bratislava, Slovakia > Lawyer Profile

Cechová & Partners
STAROMESTSKA 3
811 03 BRATISLAVA
Slovakia

Work Department

M&A (Merges and Acquisitions); Commercial and Corporate Law and Contracts; Real Estate; Labour Law; Regulatory Affairs

Position

Partner. Lenka leads our real estate practice and specializes in project developments, transactions (acquisition and sale of real estate), tenancy relations, construction law and regulatory matters concerning real estate. Lenka is also a co-head of our M&A practice and represents clients in cross-border as well as local transactions in various business sectors. She also focuses on corporate and commercial law, and on employment law.

Career

Wolf Theiss, 2003-2016; Partner, Čechová & Partners, since 2016

Languages

Slovak, English, German

Memberships

Slovak Bar Association

Education

Comenius University in Bratislava (Mgr., 2003)

Lawyer Rankings

Slovakia > Real estate and construction

(Next Generation Partners)

Lenka ŠubeníkováČechová & Partners

Čechová & Partners is regularly engaged in significant real estate development projects and transactions, and is active in a range of zoning, leasing, dispute resolution and finance work for leading clients. Team head Lenka Šubeníková and Katarína Čechová are key figures.

Slovakia > Employment

(Next Generation Partners)

Lenka ŠubeníkováČechová & Partners

The ‘highly skilled, responsive and proactive‘ team at Čechová & Partners handles a range of employment issues for domestic and international clients. The group is led by Tomáš Rybár, who is ‘always ready to find the best solution based on your needs‘, and leads on employment and regulatory compliance matters. Lenka Šubeníková advises on employment law issues in the context of M&A and corporate reorganisations.

Slovakia > Commercial, corporate and M&A

The ‘professional‘ team at Čechová & Partners is experienced in transactions connected with the energy, construction, life sciences, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG), automotive, transport and IT sectors. In addition to being active in domestic matters, it is also sought out in transactions with a cross-border dimension; one name to note is Katarína Čechová, who is ‘very dedicated to foreign clients‘. Lenka Subenikova  , who co-heads the practice with Čechová, is also recommended.