Veronika Merjavá | White & Case LLP International Law Firm, Global Law Practice

Veronika Merjavá

Associate, Prague

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Overview

Veronika Merjavá, an associate of the Prague office, is a member of the M&A and Corporate Practice Group. She joined White & Case in 2014 as a legal intern while still studying law, and continued to work for the firm after returning from her studies in the Netherlands in 2015.

During her studies, Veronika represented Charles University at the 21st Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition and Utrecht University at the European Law Moot Court Competition.

As a lawyer, she now provides commercial and corporate law advice to a number of local and international clients. Veronika also focuses on European competition and free movement law.

In the area of mergers and acquisitions, she frequently provides advisory services to a number of major clients of the Prague office.

Bars and Courts

  • Czech Bar Association (koncipient)

Education

  • JUDr., Faculty of Law, Charles University, Czech Republic
  • Mgr., Faculty of Law, Charles University, Czech Republic
  • Erasmus Program, Faculty of Law, Economics and Governance, Utrecht University, the Netherlands

Languages

  • Slovak
  • Czech
  • English
  • German

Experience

Mid Europa Partners, a leading private equity firm focused on Central Europe and Turkey, in connection with the acquisition of the remaining 50% stake in its portfolio company Walmark, one of the leading consumer healthcare players in Central and Eastern Europe, with a leading position in food supplements and OTC pharmaceuticals, including advising in the merger proceedings before the European Commission.

ARX Equity Partners, a leading CEE mid-market private equity fund, in the acquisition of the entire stake in Deva Nutrition a.s., a producer of fruit desserts for babies and children from Danone Group.

Shareholders of TICKETPRO LIMITED in the sale of Ticketpro Group, a group of ticketing agencies founded in 1992 and based chiefly in the Czech Republic and Poland to Ticketmaster, the world's largest ticketing company.

Media groups Lagardère and Media Bohemia in the merger proceedings (Phase I and Phase II) regarding fully-functioning joint venture Radiohouse, media agency selling advertising time, before the Czech Office for the Protection of Competition.