Mr Martin Mendel > Dentons > Bratislava, Slovakia > Lawyer Profile


Work Department

Real estate


Martin Mendel is a managing counsel in Dentons’ Bratislava office and a Co-Head of the Real Estate practice in Dentons’ Bratislava office. He focuses his practice on real estate law, commercial law and also works on commercial litigation. Martin has extensive experience in real estate transactions, mainly assisting clients with (i) negotiating preliminary/non-binding documents, (ii) preparing legal due diligence reports, (iii) drafting and negotiating transaction documents and (iv) completing post-closing matters. He also provides legal advice to companies from various types of industries in connection with their business activities in the Slovak Republic, in particular in connection with the protection of their rights in administrative and court proceedings (including preliminary court protection), as well as in arbitration proceedings.

Martin has worked as a lead lawyer on several real estate transactions in the Slovak Republic. He is an active speaker at conferences, primarily focusing on real estate issues.


Prior to joining Dentons in 2005, he worked as an inhouse lawyer for UPC BROADBAND SLOVAKIA.


Slovak, English


Slovak Bar Association


He graduated as a Master of Law in 2004 from the Commenius University Law School in Bratislava.

Lawyer Rankings

Slovakia > Real estate and construction

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Active in major real estate transactions, Dentons‘ workload spans acquisitions and disposals, as well as a range of real estate financing matters for lenders and borrowers. On the contentious side, real estate and construction disputes are another forte of the practice, which it combines with expertise in development, asset management, leases and public real estate law. Managing counsel Martin Mendel  leads the team, which also includes Peter Kubina, who is known for advising on local and cross-border real estate finance transactions.

Slovakia > Commercial, corporate and M&A

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