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Mr. Daněk is an attorney specialising in employment law, employment-law aspects of legal audits, immigration, collective dismissals and collective bargaining, personal data protection law and antidiscrimination law.
Mr. Daněk represents clients before the Office for Personal Data Protection.
Since 2006 to date: Attorney-at-law at PRK Partners;
From 2003 to 2006: Junior Associate at Procházka Randl Kubr (now PRK Partners), Attorneys at Law;
2007: internship at the Central Office of Ius Laboris, Brussels.
Member of Czech Bar Association; Czech Employment Lawyers Association (CzELA); European Employment Lawyers Association (EELA) and the Association of Collective Bargaining (AKV).
Co-author of a publication Zaměstnávání cizinců na území České republiky, ANAG, 2018 (Employing foreigners in the Czech Republic) and textbooks Základy pracovního práva, 2. aktualizované vydání, KEY Publishing s.r.o., 2012 (Basics of Labour Law) and A Brief Introduction to Czech Labour Law, Verlag Dr. Hut, 2000.
Exclusive contributor for the Czech Republic to the Employment 2020 Chambers Global Practice Guide
Master’s degree (Mgr.) in law, Faculty of Law at Charles University (2006).
Fluent in Czech and English.