David Ilczyszyn

Counsel, Prague



David Ilczyszyn concentrates on Corporate and Commercial law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Restructuring, Energy, Regulatory and Competition law, Litigation, Project Financing.

Bars and Courts
Czech Bar Association
Charles University, Faculty of Law


Leading international cosmetics manufacturer in product registration of its cosmetic products in the Czech and Slovak Republic and long-term regular advisory on Czech legal requirements for the cosmetics.

Numerous international or Czech clients as to EU law issues in various transactions, including advisory services concerning public aid and competition law implications.

Leading Czech manufacturer of technical fibers in contribution of its enterprises into special purpose vehicles ("SPVs") and transfer of stakes in such SPVs within the cross-border reorganization pursuant to Czech and EU insolvency legal regulations, in particular preparation of the tender documentation and the respective transaction documents including negotiations with bidders and assistance with closing of the transactions under the reorganization plan.

Leading Czech manufacturer of chemical products in a complex sale of its Polish subsidiary, including the coordination of Polish local counsel.

Leading international bank in a cross-border merger with its Czech subsidiary and registration of its branch office in the Czech Republic.

Long-term advisory on corporate matters to numerous Czech and international clients including establishment of their Czech subsidiaries or branch offices, organization of general meetings of such companies and arranging for the necessary corporate changes including registration thereof in the Commercial Registry, mergers, carve-outs, and dissolutions of companies, etc.

Advising on corporate aspects of the syndicate project financing of an international joint venture established by a leading Czech steel manufacturer to develop its energy projects.

Representation of the Czech leading steel manufacturer in numerous disputes with its shareholders.

Representation of leading Czech construction firms in the analysis of their claims and the preparation of legal action against their customer ensuing from the contract for work regarding construction works on a high profile infrastructure project.