Roman Světnický specialises in competition law, and public sector and regulatory matters. He has been working with the firm in various positions since 2010.
In the field of competition law, Roman advises clients on cartel
issues, abuse of dominance, and competition assessments of mergers and
acquisitions. During his practice, Roman has represented numerous
clients in proceedings before the Czech Office for the Protection of
Competition and administrative courts. Roman also advises clients on the
competition aspects of their contemplated projects.
In addition, he has wide experience in advising in the field of
compliance. In our firm, he helps prepare professional competition law
trainings for employees and management of major companies.
Membership in professional associations
Czech Bar Association
Languages Czech, English
Masaryk University, Faculty of Law, Brno (2012), Mgr. (Master of Laws)
advising a major international group on the acquisition of control of a domestic company, selling daily consumption products
advising a major internet company on issues of unilateral conduct
antitrust audit of a major international manufacturer of small household appliances
advising a major international group on the acquisition of control of a domestic company, providing public bus transport services
representing a client in connection with an alleged cartel agreement among construction companies
advising a major international group on the acquisition of control of a domestic company manufacturing detergents
providing ongoing advice to Europe’s leading petrochemical group, particularly in the field of abusive conduct and concentration of undertakings
representing a city authority in the case of an alleged distortion of competition by a public administration authority
representing a major multinational group operating in the sale of foodstuffs and daily consumer goods in the case of an alleged abuse of significant market power