Petra Mirovská is a lawyer at KŠB. In her legal practice, she focuses on litigation and administrative proceedings in various legal areas, including waste management, energy and the environment. In addition, she specializes in intellectual property law (including unfair competition, IT and e-commerce).
Representing clients in disputes and other matters before the courts (including the Czech Supreme Court, the Czech Constitutional Court, and the European Court of Human Rights).
Representing clients before public administration authorities (in licensing, regulatory and other administrative and penalty proceedings, as well as remedy proceedings for administrative decisions and their review in the administrative justice system, including proceedings before the Supreme Administrative Court, where Petra has won a number of cases).
Representing clients in damages proceedings against both private entities and the state where the damage results from illegal decisions or maladministration.
Advocate since 2006.
- Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague (Mgr. - 2001, JUDr. – 2002)
- J. W. Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main, undergraduate studies in European and commercial law (1999/2000)
- Czech Bar Association
- Union of Boy and Girl Scouts of the Czech Republic
- Česká obec sokolská