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European Law & International Law

In providing its clients with excellent legal services, MPH advocates also actively takes advantage of its European and international law expertise. Our lawyers are perfectly aware of the fact that business activities carried on by our clients may be expanded beyond the territory where the knowledge of solely domestic law would not suffice and where it would be desirable to approach other jurisdictions and specific areas of law for a successful resolution of the given issues.

We assist our clients in solving issues the regulation of which falls within European Union law, particularly within the area of four freedoms, competition law and European regulatory law. We ensure that our clients are informed about the existing EU legislation and the way it applies to Slovak law. Our services also include consulting in connection with international trade law, international arbitration, legal relationships with a foreign element and protection of fundamental human rights and freedoms in connection with the decision-making of the European Court of Human Rights.

Legal consulting provided by MPH advocates in the area of European law & international law includes, in particular:

  • legal consulting and drafting of contractual documentation in connection with the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods
  • legal consulting in connection with the UNIDROIT principles
  • issues concerning double taxation of income and avoiding double taxation
  • protection of competition from the EU perspective
  • exercising protection of persons under the Convention on the Protection of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms
  • international arbitration conducted under various arbitration rules
  • free movement of persons, goods, services and capital.