Jaroslav Šich graduated with honors from the Law Faculty of Charles University in Prague in 2006. During his studies, he took annual research fellowship at the University of Limerick, Ireland, focused primarily on financial law and European Union law. From 2002 to 2003, he worked in a branch of a foreign law firm in Prague. Between 2006 and 2011, he was a student at FAMU (Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague). Since April 2008, he was employed at the law firm Vejmelka & Wünsch, s.r.o. Between 2010 and 2013, he worked at the office NOCAROVÁ JAŠEK & PARTNERS, v.o.s. and from 2013 to 2015, he cooperated with the significant Prague law firm KŠD LEGAL advokátní kancelář s.r.o. He completed the JUDr. (juris utriusque doctor) degree at the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague in 2014.
From January 2018, Jaroslav Šich has been entered into the List of Arbitrators of the Arbitration court attached to the Czech Chamber of Commerce and the Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic
From 2007 to 2012, he was a partner and managing director of the production company Lovecraft, s.r.o. (now LOVE.FRAME s.r.o.), which had been and is still producing films and commercials.
Languages: Czech, English
Jaroslava Šichová provides her clients with complex legal services, particularly in the area of civil, commercial and criminal law. Furthermore, Jaroslava focuses on family and labor law and provides her clients with legal services even in various sorts of litigations.
Since 2006, Jaroslava has cooperated with several significant law firms, where she provided, within her specialization, legal consultancy to prominent Czech and foreign entities. Jaroslava Šichová graduated from the Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague in 2006 and she was registered as the attorney at law by the Czech Bar Association in 2009.
Languages: Czech, English
Our law firm provides complex legal services for individuals and legal entities. We are ready to advise you within the preparation of contractual documentation and other legal acts and also within the enforcement of various claims before the general or arbitration courts. Moreover, we represent our clients within proceedings and negotiations before relevant state authorities and institutions or within negotiations with individuals or legal entities.
As an integral part of our legal services, we ensure not only the solution of existing issues or our clients’ requirements, as the case may be, but also the monitoring of recent legislation and judicature and optimalization of our clients’ legal documentation with regard to their development and alterations.
We specialize particularly in the area of real estate law, intellectual property rights (especially copyright law), family law, criminal law, administrative law and corporate law.
Following the agreement with client,
depending on the sort of provided legal services,
it is possible to agree upon the following types of rates:
The fee for legal services is determined by number of legal actions performed by the lawyer within a specific client's case (a fixed fee for each action is set by a tariff table pursuant to Notice No. 177/1996 Coll., whereas the tariff fee may be adjusted according to the details of a particular case).
The fee for legal services is determined by the agreement with client upon an hourly rate and the number of hours the attorney factually spends working on a client's case.
The fee for legal services is negotiated with the client at the beginning of provision of legal services and it covers a complete legal treatment of specific case.
The fee for legal service is the same every month and it covers a certain number of hours that the attorney spends on treating his client's legal requirements (a favourable amount of hours for favourable hourly rates are covered within the fixed monthly rate).
The entity for out-of-court resolution of consumer’s disputes between an attorney at law and his/her client is the Czech Bar Association. In case that the attorney at law and his/her client do not reach an agreement upon a mutually acceptable resolution of their dispute, the client may turn to the Czech Bar Association with a request for out-of-court resolution of his/her dispute with the attorney at law providing the legal service. More detailed information is available at the website of the Czech Bar Association www.cak.cz.