Entries by DELTA

DELTA legal expands team again

Attorney-at-law Jiří Gorčík and marketing support specialist Kateřina Ryšlavá have joined the DELTA legal team. The DELTA legal team is looking forward to working with our new colleagues and is ready to take on your toughest cases. Jiří Gorčík specializes in labour law, administrative law, civil law and dispute resolution. Jiří also has extensive practical […]

LIRPA DELTA’s new ChatBot

Technology is rapidly changing the world. Over time, there are more and more ways to use these resources effectively. That is why at DELTA we have decided to introduce our new ChatBot LIRPA. LIRPA is programmed to provide you the best communication service you could ever want. He has been specially designed together with our […]

Trademark owners, take note

An amendment to the Trademark Act came into force on 1 January 2019 following protracted efforts by the EU to unify and streamline the system of trademarks across the EU. Abandoning the requirement for graphic representation is the most frequently cited change, enabling the possibility to register so-called “non-traditional trademarks” in this context. Previously, if […]

Employees rejoice! Employers be careful!

An amendment to the Labour Code will become effective on 1 July 2019, repealing the relatively controversial institute of the waiting period under temporary incapacity for work. From July 2019, employees will be entitled to salary in the event of temporary incapacity for work from the first day of absence due to illness. In practice, […]

Success in the Client Choice Awards

We are pleased to announce that our partner Libor Vacek was recognized in this year’s Client Choice Awards in banking in the Czech Republic. Libor has been working in this area for a long time, advising lenders from banks as well as alternative lenders and clients as recipients of funding, whether in the form of […]

Did you know about a major change in contracts for carriage?

A quiet amendment to the Road Transport Act has been in force since 1 January 2019. The change means that part of the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR) (“CMR”) will directly affect national contracts for carriage of goods executed after 1 January 2019. While everyone in international transport certainly knows […]