Karol Šiška is a Slovak partner of CHSH Cerha Hempel Spiegelfeld Hlawati Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten since May 2006. His main areas of practices are banking and finance, commercial, administrative business law, competition and cartel law, EC-law and labour law. Karol Šiška graduated from the Law Faculty of Comenius University in Bratislava Mgr. 1987, JUDr. 1989. Before becoming a partner of CHSH in May 2006 he was an attorney and founder of Šiška & Partners since 1997 and a legal affairs manager, (ex) Bank Austria a.s. (1995 - 1997).
CHSH Cerha Hempel Spiegelfeld Hlawati, with offices in Vienna, Belarus, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovak Republic, is one of the largest and most well-known corporate law firms in Austria. CHSH provides its clients with creative first class service and expertise in the areas of M&A, corporate and commercial law, banking and finance law, capital markets, international tax law, real estate and project development. Our focus is on supporting our clients in their corporate decision making process. This means that we do not content ourselves with standard solutions, but instead we strive to develop and provide the best possible solutions for every challenge, tailored to each client's needs. On the one hand, this demands extensive specialist knowledge, motivation and commitment, and on the other, an excellent understanding of our clients' businesses. Through our organisational structure, which allies our core teams with particular specialists, we are able to manage clients and transactions efficiently and effectively.
*in cooperation with JPM Jankovic, Popovic & Mitic.
**in cooperation with Gilescu & Partenerii.
Firm Practice Areas
Employment Law, Administrative Business Law, Public Procurement Banking & Finance, Capital Markets Business Succession, Inheritance Law, Foundations Corporate Law, Distribution Law, Franchising Insolvency Law, Intellectual Property Law, Competition and Cartel Law, Labour Law Litigation, Arbitration, Mergers & Acquisitions, New Media, Telecommunications, Privatisations, Real Estate and Building Law, Tax Law