Martin Řanda

• Faculty of Law of Charles University in Prague (1997)
• Master of Law in comparative law and international transactions (University of San Francisco School of Law)
• In-house lawyer for Škoda Auto a.s
• Lead attorney for Glatzova & Co. (2002-2003)
• Lead attorney for Czech branch of the international law firm Weil, Gotshal & Manges

Martin Randa has extensive expert experience in international transactions gained while handling the privatisation of two leading Czech banks and the acquisitions of significant Czech industrial and energy companies. He has participated in projects to create standard bank documentation and finance development projects, and has prepared comprehensive loan contracts. He has been actively involved in significant international projects in the areas of real estate and construction, including construction of investment projects, residential projects and projects involving extensive shopping centres. In the area of dispute resolution, Martin Randa represented a leading international steel company in one of the largest court disputes in the Czech Republic.

Areas of expertise
• Competition Law and State Aid
• Real Estate and Development
• Regulatory
• Personal Data
• Environmental Law and Waste Disposal
• Disputes and Dispute Resolution

Řanda Havel Legal
tel:+420 222 537 500-501

Practice Areas

Advertising, Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Antitrust/competition, Banking and Finance, Capital Markets, Construction, Corporate and M&A, Corporate Governance and Compliance, Creditiors Rights/Collections, Data Protection/Safe Harbor, Employment and Benefits, Environment and Regulatory Law, Financial Services Regulation and Investigations, Insurance, International Trade, Litigation, arbitration and dispute resolution, Public Law, Real Estate, Restructuring, Trade Practices, Labour Law, Insolvency, Mergers and Acquisitions, Public Procurement, Environment and Waste Management, and Trusts

Business Sectors

Art, Aviation, Emerging Markets, Energy, Engineering, Entertainment Industry, Financial Institutions, Food and Beverage, Hotels and Leisure, Industrial and Manufacturing, Infrastructure and Transport, Media, Mining and Metals, Private Equity, Production, Real Estate, Retail and Consumer Goods, Telecommunications, Technology, and Waste Management