Achour & Hájek successfully represented an important Czech businessman in a dispute with a multinational company that accused him of unfair competitive conduct, breach of a non-compete clause, luring away employees and breach of know-how, all in connection with the purchase of part of his business. Last week, the good name of his business was cleared with final validity when the Supreme Court in Prague rejected the last set of allegations brought against him by the multinational firm. The entrepreneur had already been successful in similar disputes with this counterparty, which took place in Germany. 

The Supreme Court’s decision on the alleged breach of the non-compete clause is interesting from a theoretical standpoint because the court assessed the non-compete clause - agreed to in relation to the transfer of a 100% share in the limited liability company - through the prism of the restrictions allowed on non-compete clauses in the transfer of enterprise. It applied these same limits in this case by analogy. 

Achour & Hájek’s legal team was led by partner Daniel Hájek. 

We would like to offer our congratulations to our client and are very pleased that we had the opportunity to assist him in this matter.

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