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4 September 2012 – Prague-based Kinstellar partner Kamil Blažek who is also the Chairman of the Association for Foreign Investment spoke at the “Czech and Polish Investment Potential” panel discussion of the Economic Forum in Krynica, Poland (also known as the Central European “Davos”), which focused on investment incentives provided to investors by the Czech and Polish Governments. The discussion highlighted the relative strengths which both economies enjoy in the global and European context, making them attractive destinations for foreign direct investment and foreign capital investment.
February 2012 – Kinstellar, Emerging Europe’s leading independent law firm, is delighted to announce the appointment of new Partners: Adam Hodon in Slovakia, Hana Gawlasova in the Czech Republic and Onur Taktak in Turkey, and of new Counsels: Eva Bognar in Hungary, Martina Brezinova in Czech Republic and Roman Oleksik in Slovakia. They will all have an absolutely key leadership role in helping us to pursue the ambitious aims and objectives of Kinstellar.
Prague, 9 November 2011 – Kamil Blažek, Chairman of the Association for Foreign Investment AFI and partner of Kinstellar, speaks at Chinese Investment Forum
Istanbul, 14 June 2010 – Kinstellar, the leading independent law firm for Emerging Europe, announces the launch of an office in Istanbul, Turkey, to serve international clients investing into Turkey and Turkish clients investing abroad. The launch in Istanbul follows the recent opening in the Serbian capital, Belgrade, and underscores Kinstellar’s commitment to providing top class legal services to its clients across Emerging Europe.
The Slovak Spectator, 12 October 2008 – The new identity of the Linklaters Central & Eastern European spin-off firm is unveiled today: Kinstellar. From November 1st 2008, Kinstellar will operate as a fully independent law firm while maintaining a strong “best friends” relationship with Linklaters.
The Wall Street Journal, 8 October 2008 – Linklaters to transfer offices to local management, citing shortage of ‘big-ticket’ work. When the Cold War ended, some of the Britain’s top law firms piled into Eastern Europe in search of big deals. Now, one is pulling out.
5 October 2008 – The new identity of the Linklaters Central & Eastern European spin-off firm is unveiled today: Kinstellar. From November 1st 2008, Kinstellar will operate as a fully independent law firm while maintaining a strong “best friends” relationship with Linklaters.