Vojtěch Mlynář specializes in insolvency law, litigation, restructuring, intellectual property law, and information technology law.
Vojtěch has been involved in the largest insolvency reorganizations conducted in the Czech Republic, including the landmark insolvencies of OKD and Arca Investments. Vojtěch has participated in innovative insolvency solutions, including the successful introduction of the “stalking-horse bid” concept to Czech insolvency proceedings. He has also extensive experience in large-scale corporate takeovers and restructurings, consulting on real estate projects and transactions in the fields of IT and intellectual property.
Vojtěch obtained his LL.M. in Innovation, Technology and the Law from the University of Edinburgh (Scotland), with a particular focus on data protection and the implementation of GDPR. His previous studies involved extended stays at academic institutions abroad, notably the University of San Francisco (California, USA) and the University of Antwerp (Belgium).
He co-authored a commentary on the Civil Code published by C.H. Beck (Petrov, Výtisk, Beran et al.), contributing a section on both conventional and usufructuary leases with special emphasis on the lease of commercial space.
Vojtěch is a founding member of Fair Art, an association concerned with legal issues pertinent to the creative arts which regularly organizes pro bono training and legal seminars for artists, art academies, and artistic societies.
Vojtěch is a member of the Czech bar association.
University of Edinburgh, LL.M. – Innovation, Technology and the Law
Charles University, Faculty of Law, Mgr.
University of San Francisco, School of Law (2013-2014), CALI Award – Intellectual Property Seminar
University of Antwerp, School of Law (2010-2011), International and European Legal Studies Program
Czech (native), English (business fluency), German (passive)