Luboš Tichý’s practice focuses on Czech and European law, in particular antitrust and arbitration.
Luboš has advised the Czech Ministry of Privatization and Industry on privatization policies and has represented many state-owned enterprises and private non-Czech-Republic-based corporations on business transactions in both the Czech and Slovak Republics. His vast experience in this field includes the privatization of the national phone company of the Czech Republic and representation of the Czech Republic before arbitral tribunals.
Luboš has been widely published in legal journals. In addition to his research and lecturing fellowships at institutions abroad, he retains his position as professor at the law faculty at Univerzita Karlova, where he chairs the Centre for Comparative Law and has taught European, civil and antitrust law since 1993.
Luboš was formerly employed by the Federal Legislative Council of Czechoslovakia and his employment history includes serving as a legal adviser to the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs and adviser to the president of the Czech National Counsel. He is the former president of the Czech Bar Association.
He was highly ranked in Chambers Global: The World’s Leading Lawyers
and Chambers Europe
for dispute resolution and was also highly recommended in that practice in the 2009 edition of Practical Law Company’s (PLC) Which Lawyer? Yearbook
. The PLC publication also listed him as a recommended lawyer in telecommunications. Luboš was also named a practice area expert in the 2012 edition of Legal Experts Europe, Middle East & Africa
and European Legal Experts 2009