Schoultz & Partners believes that entrepreneurs and lawyers can speak the same language, whatever the idea or business sector, including the rapidly expanding world of IT innovation. Vojtěch Vávra, a senior business law specialist at the the firm, has a long-time interest in the IT industry and a broad understanding of the legal issues connected to establishing and running a successful new IT business. He is also an expert in advising on all forms of Czech-based start-ups, including company set-up, ownership and profit-sharing, financing, operational organization, employees and commercial agreements.
Vavra understands well the anxieties, problems and pit-falls faced by entrepreneurs, and believes in helping start-ups to realize their ideas using a minimum of legal jargon and red-tape, steering them through the first unfamiliar, choppy waters with practical and affordable legal advice.
The founders of Fashion Days, the hugely successful first private online fashion label shopping club in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, were advised from the beginning by Schoultz & Partners, from its establishment through seed financing, licensing, IP and IT rights, commercial operations and agreements, data protection, employment advice, the entry of a new investor and now ongoing legal services as the company continues to grow.
Schoultz & Partners can provide similar services to start-ups of all kinds and sectors: choice of corporate form and establishment, shareholder structuring, licensing, financing, advising on the entry of new investors, joint venture relations, IT & IP, operational legal documentation (contracts with suppliers and customers, general trade conditions, etc), employment advisory, data protection law and any other special regulatory rules or laws involved. Fee arrangements can be adjusted according to each particular project’s business and financing plan.