Martin Kubík

Martin Kubík is a counsel of KŠB. In his practice he focuses on corporate law, mergers and acquisitions and restructuring, as well as securities and capital markets.


Recent work

Advising OKD on a number of restructurings, such as a spin-off through a combination of mergers and the establishment of new companies (spin-off of real estate into two existing companies and spin-off of equity interests into two newly-established companies).

Advising Teplárny Brno in a transformation (division by merger) in which Teplárny Brno merged with Tepelné zásobování Brno.

Advising Skanska group on restructuring in the Czech Republic and Slovakia (new holding structure of the group under the newly-established Skanska CS and spin-off of some of Skanska CZ’s operations by way of a demerger by spin-off by acquisition into three existing successor companies).

Advising O2 Czech Republic on corporate governance, drafting and continuous updating of its articles of association and other corporate documents, setting corporate and contractual rules for the company’s governing bodies, including the relationships between them.

Corporate legal advice to OKD including on, inter alia, incorporation documents, internal regulations, contracts concluded between the company and its directors and officers, the powers and decision-making authority of the executive bodies, rights and obligations of directors and officers, group agreements, etc.

Advising Czech Credit Bureau on the implementation of the Banking Register of Client Information project and on the implementation of the Non-Banking Register of Client Information project in the Czech Republic; providing complete contractual documentation.



  • Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague (Mgr. - 1999)
  • University of Economics in Prague (Bc. - 1997)


  • Czech Bar Association
  • Construction Law Society
Martin Kubík


  • English


  • Head Office Prague


  • LASÁK, J., DĚDIČ, J., POKORNÁ, J., ČÁP, Z. a kolektiv Zákon o obchodních korporacích. Komentář. [English: Business Corporations Act. Commentary. ] 2. Edition. Praha: Wolters Kluwer, 2021. The publication was awarded as the most beneficial legal publication of the year at the 29th Annual Karlovy Vary Law Days.