Martin Dančišin > Glatzová & Co., s.r.o. > Prague, Czech Republic > Lawyer Profile

Glatzová & Co., s.r.o.
11000 PRAGUE 1
Czech Republic

Work Department

Restructuring & Insolvency, Real Estate, Banking & Finance




January 2009 to present
Partner at Glatzova & Co. responsible primarily for Restructuring and Insolvency, Banking and Finance and Real Estate Law

January 2007 to December 2008
Senior Associate of law firm Glatzova & Co..

September 2004 to December 2006
Associate at Glatzova & Co.; specialising of Banking and Finance, Restructuring, Real Estate, Bankruptcy Law, Real Estate Law and Litigations

January 2004 to August 2004
Independent attorney specialising in Business Law – companies, commercial contracts, real estate, arbitration and litigation, bankruptcy proceedings and securities

SECONDMENT: Hengeler Mueller, London (April – September 2008)


Czech, English


Czech Bar Association
Arbitrator, Czech Arbitration Court at the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and Agrarian Chamber of the Czech Republic


Law Faculty of West Bohemian University in Plzeň (1995 – 2000), completed EC Law and EC Competition Law courses in a Civic Education Project granted by the Central European University in Budapest (1996 – 1999), Summer program at the University of Granada, Faculty of Law focused on EU law and international law (1997).

Lawyer Rankings

Czech Republic > Real estate and construction

Glatzová & Co., s.r.o., which is particularly highly regarded for its permitting and development-related advice, has a strong profile among clients in the logistics, industrial and leisure sectors. It also has a broad transactional practice. Erik Kolan leads the team, specialising in heritage related planning cases. Also key are Martin Dančišin and associate Tomáš Kessler.

Czech Republic > Dispute resolution

Glatzová & Co., s.r.o.‘s dispute resolution team, which provides a full range of litigation and arbitration services, is particularly strong in regulatory disputes and administrative litigation with a nexus to industries such as banking and finance, energy and real estate. Also notable is that its workload recently included matters arising from the heavy machinery sector. Martin Dančišin and Libor Němec co-head the practice.