May 29, 2020

Alexandra Gacíková

Alexandra Gacíková’s practice focuses on real estate, corporate, commercial, public procurement, labor and employment and litigation matters.

Her experience in real estate matters includes representing national and international clients in acquisition and disposal of real estate across the Slovak Republic, and providing legal services in all aspects of real estate ownership.

Alexandra also counsels Slovak and foreign employers on labor matters. Her expertise includes advising on various issues relating to employment law, including advising on regulation and compliance issues, contracts, dismissals, immigration, benefits, employee mobility and business transfers.

Alexandra advises on corporate transactional matters including mergers and acquisitions and financings. Her corporate experience includes counseling clients on incorporating all types of corporate entities in the Slovak Republic spanning numerous industries.

Alexandra’s public procurement expertise includes representing clients in all stages of the tender procedure, from the preparation of competitive bids to completion of the procedure.

Alexandra graduated from the Faculty of Law, Trnava University in Trnava, the Slovak Republic. Prior to joining our Bratislava office as an associate, she worked as a sole practitioner and was a registered legal trainee in one of Bratislava’s law firms, concentrating mainly on mergers and acquisitions, due diligence and litigation.

Alexandra is a member of the Slovak Bar Association. She is also a member of the Real Estate Committee, the Digital Committee and the Employment and Social Affairs Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic.


  • Advising a British marketing agency on a multi-country program with respect to transfer of employees including advising on Slovakian (fixed-term) employment contract including standardizing the employees' terms and minimizing the effect of the collectively bargained agreements, identifying a number of key potential issues which de-risked the project, including identifying a pool of “freelance” employees. This also led to the saving of costs for the client.

  • Advising a British facilities management company on the employment law aspects of its £1.48 billion purchase of the Global Workplace Solution, part of Johnson Controls Inc. Slovakia was one of 33 jurisdictions across Europe, Asia and Africa that the wider Labor & Employment team was appointed to advise on.

  • Advising a global healthcare company with respect to closing of a branch in Slovakia including termination of employment relationships.

Articles in the National Law Review database by Alexandra Gacíková



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