Legal Notice

On this page you will find mandatory information about us, our data processing policy and Alternative Dispute Resolution Notice.

Mandatory information about us

We are the law firm EXPATLEGAL s.r.o., ID No.: 194 73 427, with its registered office at Dlouhá 705/16, Staré Město, 110 00 Prague 1, registered in the Commercial Register kept by the Municipal Court in Prague, Section C, Insert 387204, authorised to jointly practice law by its partners within the meaning of Section 15(1) of Act No. 85/1996 Coll, on advocacy, as amended (hereinafter referred to as "we" or "law firm"). 

The partners and managing directors of the law firm are: 

  • JUDr. Eliška Flídrová, Ph.D., ID No.: 046 61 745, registration No.: ČAK 16706 

  • Mgr. Azra Drozdek, ID No.: 040 05 309, registration No.: ČAK 16244

General Data Protection Policy 
To provide our services and operate our website, we process some personal data on our own behalf.

The processing of personal data is governed in particular by Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation, hereinafter referred to as "GDPR").

By following this policy, we fulfil our information obligations towards you as data subjects within the meaning of the GDPR. You can always familiarize yourself with the policy via our website. We also reserve the right to update the policy if necessary.

I. Processing of personal data

A. Processing of personal data in connection with the provision of our services
We will process the personal data you provide to us during the arrangement and provision of our legal services. These are generally: name, surname, title, name of your company or organisation, email address, telephone number and billing details.

For what reason?
We provide you with services constituting the practice of law, including but not limited to defending your rights, communicating with you, administering payments and billing.

On what legal basis?
The processing is based on Article 6(1)(b) GDPR - performance of a contract or the implementation of pre-contractual measures.

How long will we process personal data?
We will process your data for the duration of the contractual relationship, and after its termination for a maximum of 10 years. This does not affect the possibility of processing on the basis of our legitimate interest. We will then either delete or anonymise the data.

B. Processing of personal data if you contact us
If you enquire about our products and services, we will work with the data you provide us, mainly via email or contact form. These are generally: first name, last name, title, name of your company or organisation, telephone number and email address. 

What is the reason?
We process your request and contact you via your contact details to further arrange the provision of our services. 

On what legal basis?
This is processing on the basis of Article 6(1)(b) GDPR - performance of a contract or taking pre-contractual measures at your request.

How long will we process the personal data?
Unless we establish further cooperation, we will process your data for a maximum of 1 year from our last communication. This does not affect the possibility of processing based on our legitimate interest. We will then either delete or anonymise the data. In the event of further cooperation, the processing of personal data will be carried out according to point A.

C. Processing of personal data on the basis of consent
If we wish to obtain and process your personal data for other purposes, we may do so if you give us your consent.

On what legal basis?
You have given us consent to do so under Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR.

How long will we process the personal data?
We will process the data for the period for which you have given your consent or until you withdraw your consent.

D. Processing of personal data on the basis of legitimate interest and compliance with legal obligations
We may also process your data obtained on the basis of other legal grounds for administrative purposes, to protect our rights or the rights of third parties, to inform you of relevant information and news regarding our services and to fulfil our legal obligations. 

On what legal basis?
We are permitted to do so under Article 6(1)(f) GDPR - processing necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests of the controller or a third party, and Article 6(1)(c) GDPR - processing necessary for compliance with a legal obligation.

How long will we process personal data?
We will process the data for the duration of the relevant legitimate interest, and in order to protect our rights, due to the statutory limitation periods, for a maximum of 10 years from the end of our relationship. In the event of judicial, administrative or other proceedings concerning the rights arising from our relationship or these personal data, we will also process the data for the duration of these proceedings. 

In order to comply with legal obligations, we will process the data for the period prescribed by law.

II. Who gets access to personal data?
Your data stays with us, we don't pass it on to anyone else. The data will be accessed by employees of our law firm, or by certain persons and companies with whom we cooperate under contract, to the extent necessary to fulfil the purpose of processing personal data. Employees of our law firm, cooperating persons and cooperating companies have a duty of confidentiality in relation to the data. 

If we transfer your personal data outside the EU, we ensure its protection, in particular through contractual clauses.

III. What else you should know
It is also permissible to process your data for another purpose compatible with the purpose for which we originally obtained the personal data from you. 

The scope of the data we process may vary depending on the services we provide to you and the information you provide to us.

We do not have a designated data protection officer at our law firm.

We follow established data protection procedures, such as data access restrictions, when processing.

IV. Your rights in relation to the processing of personal data
The GDPR gives you the right, among other things, to ask us what personal data we process about you, to request access to this data and to have it updated or corrected, or to request a restriction on processing. 

You can request a copy of the personal data we process, request that we erase personal data in certain situations, request that we restrict the processing of personal data and, in certain cases, have the right to data portability. You may object to processing on the basis of legitimate interest. 

If you have given us your consent to the processing of your personal data, you may withdraw this consent at any time. This does not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent given prior to withdrawal or on any other legal basis.

V. Cookie Policy
Our website stores cookies in accordance with the law. This enables us to record information about your browsing experience, such as your preferred language, and to analyse your traffic anonymously. We may share cookies with our partners for analysis. This can make your next visit to the website more enjoyable. 

We may use the following types of cookies:

  • Functional cookies that enable the basic functionality of the site. The website cannot function without them.

  • Analytical cookies, which count website traffic and collect anonymous statistics, allow the operator to better understand its visitors and thus continuously improve the site.

  • Personalised cookies that collect information to better tailor the website to your preferences.

You can adjust the cookie settings via the "Cookie settings" link in the footer of the website. If you do not agree to the use of cookies, you can also block them by setting your browser or other computer program.

VI. How and where you can exercise your rights
If you have any questions about personal data or cookies or would like to exercise your rights, please contact us by email at or by post at:

Dlouhá 705/16, Staré Město
110 00 Prague 1 
Czech Republic

In order to process your request, we must be able to reliably verify your identity and prevent your rights from being abused. We may therefore request additional information from you to verify your identity. Please note that we are not obliged to comply with your request in the cases provided for by the GDPR or other legislation. 

If you believe that we are not handling your data properly, you have the right to file a complaint with the Office for Personal Data Protection, Pplk. Sochora 27, 170 00 Prague 7, phone +420 234 665 111, e-mail:, website:

This version of the Privacy Policy is effective from 1 February 2024.

Alternative Dispute Resolution Notice
In accordance with Act No. 634/1992 Coll., on Consumer Protection, as amended, the consumer has the right to Alternative Dispute Resolution arising from a contract for the provision of legal services. 

The authorised body for Alternative Dispute Resolution settlement of consumer disputes between an attorney and a client who is in the position of a consumer arising from contracts for the provision of legal services is the Czech Bar Association, Kaňkův palác, Národní 118/16, Nové Město, 110 00 Prague 1, tel.: +420 273 193 111, e-mail:, website: