Jiří Rahm specialises in insolvency, restructuring and client representation in litigation and arbitration.
In insolvency and restructuring, he
focuses on comprehensive advice on legal and financial issues related to
insolvency and representation of clients from among creditors, debtors
and insolvency trustees in insolvency proceedings, incidental disputes,
and meetings of creditors’ committees.
In dispute resolution, he represents
clients in complex disputes in judicial and arbitration proceedings in
the Czech Republic and abroad.
Before joining our law firm, he worked
for a major Czech law firm and an insolvency trustee office holding a
specialist licence as an insolvency trustee for large businesses, banks
and financial institutions.
MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
Czech Bar Association
Languages Czech, English
University of Economics, Prague, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, Prague (2015), Ing. (Engineer)
Charles University, Faculty of Law, Prague (2013), Mgr. (Master of Laws)
University of Economics, Prague, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, Prague (2011), Bc.
providing legal advice on insolvency proceedings in respect of a financial institution, with claims submitted by creditors exceeding CZK 10 billion
advising in connection with insolvency proceedings against a developer in which creditors were satisfied from the insolvent estate in billions CZK
providing legal advice in connection with insolvency proceedings against a manufacturer resolved by bankruptcy with operations preserved
representing a client in incidental disputes in respect of claims submitted in insolvency, exceeding hundreds of millions of CZK
providing legal advice in connection with a reorganisation plan which was later successfully implemented
providing legal advice in connection with claiming damages from a debtor’s executive officers arising from a late filing of an insolvency petition
advising a leading Czech company on a number of issues related to its operations
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