Mgr. Jakub Stránský


Jakub Stránský focuses on public procurement law—particularly in the ICT, construction, and healthcare sectors. This specialization includes PPP projects, as well as representing bidders in tendering, administrative, and court proceedings. This is a very formal area of law, in which he believes there are many interesting issues to be found.

The experienced attorney admits he always learns something new with every case. The key, in his opinion, is the ability to put himself in the client's shoes, to determine, understand, and meet their expectations. The co-author of the Public Procurement Act brought his experience from the US and the international environment in general to our office. His drive to explore the world is everpresent in his spare time too as he is a passionate traveller.

He is fluent in Czech and English.

+420 273 132 637


Public procurement and investment

 Real estate and construction law

I always aim to understand what the real issue is. There is a difference between what people think they want in the beginning and what they actually need. I am genuinely happy when things go well for the client.

More on Jakub

Eduaction and training
  • Masaryk University Brno, Faculty of Law, Master’s Degree Programme: Law, academic title: Mgr. (2000)

Career path
  • Since 2013: Feichtinger Žídek Fyrbach Attorneys, Cooperating Attorney

  • 2009–2013: ROWAN LEGAL, Managing Attorney (Head of the Public Investment Desk)

  • 2007–2009: Squire Sanders Dempsey, Managing Attorney

  • 2000–2007: Clifford Chance, Trainee Attorney, Attorney, Managing Attorney

  • Czech Bar Association

  • Co-author of the Commentary on Public Procurement Act, Wolters Kluwer

  • Regular contributor to professional journals

Noted projects
  • PPP project for a development project in a regional city

  • Public procurement for a development project of an administrative district of the City of Prague

  • Administration of public procurement, mainly in the ICT, construction, and healthcare sectors

  • Representing bidders in tendering procedures, as well as administrative and judicial proceedings relating to public procurement

  • Managing the contractual relations of the real estate fund concerning commercial and warehouse premises

  • Managing the contractual relations of a chain of shopping centres

  • Acquisition of a hypermarket chain

  • Acquisition project of a development company owning office buildings