Petr Tégl has been working at our
law firm since 2014 in the position of legal expert.
He received a master’s degree
in law from the Faculty of Law at Charles University in Prague, where he also
received the title of JUDr. and then a Ph.D. degree in private law. In
addition, he studied in the Faculty of Law at Uniwersytetu Wrocław,
Poland, where he also occasionally lectures, and in the Faculty of Law at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität
München, Germany. In 2006, he received the title of senior lecturer (associate
professor) in civil law from the Faculty of Law at Palacký University in
From 2005 to 2010, he was an assistant
professor in the Department of Civil Law in the Faculty of Law at Charles
University. From 2010, he was first an assistant professor and now he is a
senior lecturer in the Department of Private Law and Civil Proceedings in the
Faculty of Law at Palacký University in Olomouc. He is also a member of the
Scientific Council at the faculty. From 2007 to
2012, Petr was a member of the re-codification committee at the Ministry of
Justice for the preparation of the new Civil Code and after that a member of
the committee for drafting new legislation and the new act on non-contentious
civil court procedures. He was also a member of the Committee for Application
of the New Civil Legislation at the Ministry of Justice.
Since 2011, he has been a member of the committee for private law at the Government Legislative Council. He is also a member of the work group at the Ministry of Transport for selected legal issues and a member of the private law section of the Czech Bar Association. Furthermore, he lectures at the Judicial Academy of the Czech Republic. In addition, Petr is a researcher in the Institute of Law and Jurisprudence at the Czech Academy of Sciences. Since 2015, he has been a member of the commission for the re-codification of private law in Slovakia.
In addition to articles relating to substantive and procedural civil law published at home and abroad, Petr is also a co-author of a university textbook on substantive civil law (Wolters Kluwer, 2009) and a co-author of the Large Academic Commentary to the Civil Code (Linde, 2008). He is currently preparing a large commentary to the new Civil Code as the chief editor (together with Filip Melzer) and co-author (to be published by Leges).
Filip Melzer and Petr Tégl, lecturers at HAVEL & PARTNERS ACADEMY, publish the most elaborate commentary to statutory obligations
Filip Melzer and Petr Tégl, acting as Of Counsels at HAVEL & PARTNERS and lecturers of its tra…
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