Monika Sedláčková

Associate, Prague



Monika Sedláčková, an associate of the Prague office, is a member of the M&A/Corporate and Private Equity practice groups. Her specialization is M&A, commercial law, ICT law and privacy & data protection.

Monika has extensive expertise advising clients on corporate and regulatory aspects of various legal issues. She primarily focuses on clients from the electronic communications, media, software, e-commerce and other technology-related business sectors.

In the course of her legal practice, she has been involved in numerous complex projects, including acquisitions, mergers and joint ventures. Monika’s practice comprises in-depth experience with legal advice related to GDPR compliance. She also participates in a wide variety of regulatory and anti-trust matters at both the national and European levels.

Bars and Courts
Czech Bar Association
Master's Degree
Charles University, Faculty of Law

Prague, Czech Republic

Exchange Program
Griffith University

Faculty of Law, Australia



Monika has represented, among others, the following clients:

PPF Group, an international investment group founded in the Czech Republic with operations in 25 countries across Europe, North America, and Asia with financial services, telecommunications, media, real estate, mechanical engineering, and biotechnology as its core lines of business, on its sale of 30% shares of CETIN Group, a leading wholesale provider of active and passive telecommunications infrastructure services in the Central and Eastern Europe region, to GIC, a sovereign wealth fund established by the Government of Singapore to manage Singapore's foreign reserves.

PPF Group, EP Investment and Rockaway on their sale of the jointly held 100% shares of Mall Group, one of the biggest e-commerce groups in Central and Eastern Europe, and WE|DO s.r.o., a last mile delivery expert.

PPF Group in the USD 2.1 billion acquisition of CME, which operates television stations in Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia – advising the client on customary closing conditions, including the approval of the European Commission and national regulators in certain countries in which CME is active.

CVC Capital Partners, a private equity and investment advisory firm, on its acquisition of a minority stake in FutureLife, an assisted reproduction and genetics business headquartered in the Czech Republic and with clinics across the CEE, Netherlands, Finland, the UK, Ireland, Romania and Estonia.

The Carlyle Group, on its acquisition of a majority stake in Memsource, a leading translation technology provider that assists global corporations and the language services industry to automate the localisation of large volumes of multilingual content.

Macquarie Asset Management on the sale of České Radiokomunikace, a leading telecommunications, media and technology infrastructure and services provider in the Czech Republic, to Cordiant Digital Infrastructure.

MVM Group, Hungary's state-owned energy group, on its acquisition of the entire share capital in innogy Czech Republic from innogy/E.ON Group. MVM Group is a sovereign-owned integrated energy company with the highest market share in the national electricity and gas markets in Hungary.

Legrand, global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, on the acquisition of Ensto Building Systems from Ensto Invest, an international technology company providing reliable and smart electric solutions and expertise for electricity distribution networks and buildings.