Václav Rovenský partner, shareholder (s.r.o.)

Václav Rovenský is a partner of KŠB. Since 1996, he has been working as a lawyer focusing mainly on energy law, environmental law, mining law, real estate, construction and public procurement. In addition, he has been the head of the KŠB labor law department for several years.

Václav Rovenský undertakes regulatory and compliance work for clients in industries including thermal energy and infrastructure developments. He is also well placed to advise clients on administrative proceedings. "He is an authority in this field so we trust his experience and knowledge very much. He has advised us well on what is important and assisted us not just in a legal capacity but also in negotiations."


Václav Rovenský is known for his financing advice and for his work with international investors. 

LEGAL 500 2022


Recent work

Advising a number of prestigious architectural studios, such as Bjarke Ingels Group, in the preparation and negotiating the architectural study contract, project documentation and other activities related to the Vltava Philharmonic project, William Matthews Associates, which won the international competition to design the building of the new headquarters of the Railway Administration in Prague or Benthem Crouwel Architects, winners of the international competition for the design of the new main station in Brno.

Advising ALPIQ on the financing, construction and commissioning of coal and gas-fired power plants (with a total installed capacity of approximately 500 MW).

Advising ArcelorMittal on spinning off its Czech energy division.

Advising a consortium in the process of making a bid for the construction of the D4 highway on Czech law issues (construction law, transport law, financing and public procurement) in the first PPP financing of a highway construction in almost 20 years.

Advising private parties, public companies and international investors on various contractual and regulatory aspects of Czech law, CO2 emission trading and renewable energy sources such as biomass combustion, solar and wind energy.

Advising many clients on construction-law issues.


Advocate since 1996.


  • International rating agencies (Chambers&Partners, IFLR1000, Legal500) recommend Václav as an energy law expert for the Czech Republic.


  • Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague (1993, JUDr. - 1999, Ph.D. - 2000)


  • Czech Bar Association
  • International Bar Association
  • International Construction Law Association
Václav Rovenský


  • English


  • Head Office Prague





KSB provides assistance in lease negotiations of the Corinthia Prague hotel

KŠB Celebrates Unprecedented Success in Chambers Europe 2024 Rankings

Fundamental conclusions of The Court of Justice of the European Union

KŠB Succeeds in Chambers & Partners Ranking Once Again

KSB Advises National Theatre in Construction Proceedings

Assistance to the Bjarke Ingels Group in the Vltava Philharmonic project

KSB is once again included in the prestigious IFLR1000 ranking

KSB advises architecture firm William Matthews Associates

KSB assisted with the Rockaway’s investment into Alkohol.cz

Also in 2022, Legal 500 recommends KSB in ten areas

KŠB was invited to be the exclusive country contributor to the CEE Legal Matters Comparative Legal Guide: Oil & Gas 2022 for Czech Republic.

Chambers Europe 2022 recommends KSB in nine areas

Chambers Europe Recommends KSB in Nine Areas in 2021

KŠB Advises Plzeňské městské dopravní podniky on Public Contract

KŠB Assists on the Sale of Panorama Hotel Prague

KŠB Ranked Once Again in Prestigious IFLR1000

New article by Václav Rovenský and Tomáš Sequens published in CEE Legal Matters magazine

KŠB Ranks Once Again In The Prestigious Legal 500

KŠB in 2018 Chambers Europe

KŠB Takes Part in “European Energy Goals for 2030” Panel Discussion

New Issue of Prestigious Annual Publication Chambers Europe Again Recommends KŠB

Getting the Deal Through – Gas Regulation 2009

Getting the Deal Through – Electricity Regulation 2010

Getting the Deal Through – Electricity Regulation 2011

Getting the Deal Through – Gas Regulation 2011

Getting the Deal Through – Electricity Regulation 2009