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

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

Work Department





March 1994 – present
Managing Partner, Glatzova & Co.

November 1993 – February 1994
Worked with Paris office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer on secondment from Glatzova & Co.

July 1993 – March 1994
Worked with Frankfurt office of Hengeler Mueller Weitzel Wirtz on secondment from Glatzova & Co.

July 1992 – April 1993
Associate at London office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

January 1990 – June 1992
Independent counsel, chiefly involved in the privatisation process; joint advisor with the consulting firm Equity Expansion International / Prague, Ltd

1981- 1989
Employed by Polytechna, government office dealing with foreign-owned intellectual property issues


Czech, English, German, French, Russian


Czech Bar Association
Slovak Bar Association
International Bar Association


EDUCATION: Charles University, Prague, Faculty of Law (1983 – 1988)

– University of London, Queen Mary and Westfield College: Postgraduate Legal Studies (LLM)
– Georgetown University: “Management Development Programme”, May 1991, May 1992
– City University Business School, London: “Banking and Financial Management Summer School”, 1992
– London School of Economics: “Corporate Finance Summer School”, 1992

Lawyer Rankings

Slovakia > Commercial, corporate and M&A

At Glatzová & Co., s. r. o.Vladimira Glatzova (whose practice is split between the Czech Republic and Slovakia) co-heads the team with Veronika Pázmányová, who is ‘capable of managing complex, cross-border deals while demonstrating an impressive knowledge of corporate law and a detailed approach to transactions‘. The firm acts for clients such as private equity investors, foreign investors and international companies, among others. Glatzova has a strong track record in M&A and privatisations, and she also has competition law expertise. In addition to  undertaking transactional work, Pázmányová has expertise in complex group structures and shareholders agreements.