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Clients appreciate that he is 'always on time with results and he is very friendly', while other interviewees highlight that he is 'a pragmatic, goal-driven lawyer'.

Viliam is valued by one client as 'easy to work with, reliable and extremely business-oriented'.

He is highly respected on the market for his experience in real estate transactions, including office and logistics asset acquisitions.

Chambers Europe, 2020

Viliam Myšička

Viliam Myšička

Partner
+421 2 5929 1128

Viliam Myšička is a Partner in the Bratislava office and the head of the firm-wide TMT sector. He focuses on M&A and corporate, TMT, restructuring and insolvency, employment and labour law, dispute resolution and real estate.

RECENT ENGAGEMENTS INCLUDE ADVISING

  • AIP ASSET MANAGEMENT, a Seoul-based asset manager, and London real estate investment manager THE VALESCO GROUP on the EUR 120 million acquisition of the newly developed landmark Twin City Tower in Bratislava from HB Reavis
  • CANAL+ GROUP on the acquisition of M7 Group, one of the largest independent pay-TV operators in Europe, operating in Benelux, Germany and Central Europe
  • VEOLIA ENERGIE INTERNATIONAL on the acquisition of PPC Investments, which owns and operates a combined cycle natural gas-fired power plant in Bratislava
  • WOOD & COMPANY on the acquisition of the prominent business centre BBC5 in Bratislava from Heitman Real Estate Fund
  • JVC KENWOOD CORPORATION on the acquisition of a share in the Slovak technology company Streamstar
  • HESTEEL GROUP, the biggest Chinese iron and steel manufacturing conglomerate, in connection with a contemplated acquisition of U.S. Steel Košice in Slovakia

EDUCATION

  • 1999 – 2005: Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia, Faculty of Law, Master of Law (Mgr.)

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION

  • Slovak Bar Association
  • Association of Bankruptcy Trustees of the Slovak Republic (ZKSSR)
  • Law Society of England and Wales

LANGUAGES

Slovak, English, French

REDSIDE on the EUR 90 million acquisition of Trenčín Industrial Park from AU Optronic