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Dentons, Tomáš Bílek, Prague, CZECH REPUBLIC

Tomáš Bílek

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Dentons

Work Department

Corporate, Employment and Labor

Position

Tomáš Bílek is Partner and Co-Head of the Corporate practice and Employment and Labor practice in Dentons’ Prague office. He focus primarily on employment, general corporate, M&A, competition and commercial.

He has broad experience in individual and collective dismissals, employment litigations (including unfair dismissals, damage claims arising from work injury or occupational diseases discrimination and harassment) as well as employment and managers’ contracts. He also advises on collective bargaining, employee secondments and outsourcing via employment agencies, remuneration schemes, benefits, incentive programs and data privacy.

As to sectors, he focuses on pharmaceuticals & chemicals, food and pet food, automotive and other machinery manufacturing, and retail.

Career

Tomáš joined the firm as an associate in 1996 and was appointed partner in 2008.

Languages

English and Czech

Member

Czech Bar Association

Education

Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague (Master of Laws, 1996)

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