Prague Summer School


July 12 - July 29, 2016, followed by one to five-week-long internship

Preliminary schedule

7:00 8:00 9:00 10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00
11.07. Introductory Lecture & Career Development - MeiYin Kang How to Succeed in Business - Gao Xiqing
12.07. European Union Law & Regulations - Pál Belenyesi How to Succeed in Business - Gábor Bojár
13.07. International Economic Law - Andreas R. Ziegler Dispute Resolution - Arthur Ma
14.07. Investment Arbitration - Rostislav Pekař International Contracts - Martin Ráž
15.07. Capital Markets - Petr Kuhn Competitivness in the 21st Century: The Importance of Creativity and Collaborative Networks - Radek Špicar
16.07.
17.07.
18.07. Field Trip : Information Technology Law & visit of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic (Brno)
19.07. Field Trip : Parliament of the Czech Republic Field Trip : Intellectual Property Law (Industrial Property Office)
20.07. Discussion : Corporate, NGOs & Philantropy - Pavla Gomba, Miroslav Uřičař E-commerce Law - Tomáš Schollaert
21.07. Negotiation - Tomáš Hülle M & A - Patrik Przyhoda
22.07. Internship Selection Test Franchising - Jiří Ctibor
23.07.
24.07.
25.07. Private Equity - Jakub Kořínek Foreign Investment - Kamil Blažek
26.07. Energy Law - Jakub Adam Labour Law - Denisa Zezulka
27.07. Real Estate Law - David Šimonek Competition Law - Radovan Kubáč
28.07. Compliance and Criminal Liability of the Legal Entities - Stanislav Kuba White-Collar Crimes & Anticorruption - Lenka Andrýsová
29.07. Time Management - Adela Schicker Leadership - Radka Dohnalová

About - E-commerce Law - Tomáš Schollaert

Present lecture is being held at IES UK building (Opletalova 1606/26, 110 00 Praha 1-Nové Město)

Lectors

Tomáš Schollaert

Tomáš Schollaert

Tomas Schollaert is a partner at Pierstone, an international law firm focused on the technology sector with offices in Brussels, London, Moscow, and Prague. Tomas' practice includes mergers and acqusistions, as well as regulation and competition in the field of telecommunications. He has worked on projects across Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific region, and has acted on landmark cases before the national and European authorities and courts. Tomas was educated at the University of Leuven, Belgium, where he has also taught competition law in the telecommunications sector. He is currently based in Prague and Brussels.
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