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Andrea Drimalova

Senior Associate
Head of Employment

T +420 296 798 856
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, advokáti, v.o.s.
Palladium, Na Poříčí 1079/3a
110 00 Prague 1
Czech Republic
Languages Czech, English, Slovak

Andrea Drimalova is a Senior Associate in the Commercial, Regulatory and Disputes team at CMS Prague. With particular expertise in employment and data protection, Andrea also advises numerous multinational clients on various day-to-day as well as complex matters, including litigation. 

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  • 2013 – LL.M., University of Exeter, Exeter  
  • 2011 – Masters of Law, Masarykova Univerzita, Brno 
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14 December 2016
CEE Con­sumer Products Up­date
As the In­ter­net of Things con­tin­ues to emerge and to spread in­to every area of daily life, the reg­u­la­tion of leg­al as­pects con­nec­ted to these new tech­no­lo­gies be­comes more and more press­ing. The de­vel­op­ment of smart products and devices is oc­cur­ring


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14 December 2016
CEE Con­sumer Products Up­date
11 December 2019
Czech leg­al loop­hole places in­solv­ent dir­ect­ors at risk
In the Czech Re­pub­lic, en­force­ment of claims against dir­ect­ors or oth­er cor­por­ate bod­ies by way of a form­al pro­ced­ure such as ex­e­cu­tion or dis­charge of debts is rarely dis­cussed, but ma­jor dif­fer­ences...
16 October 2019
Czech La­bour Code amend­ment pro­posed for pro­cessing bio­met­ric data of em­ploy­ees
The Czech Data Pro­tec­tion Au­thor­ity has pro­posed an amend­ment to the Czech La­bour Code that would en­hance the abil­ity of em­ploy­ers to pro­cess the bio­met­ric per­son­al data of their staff. This pro­pos­al...
01 August 2019
Czech Re­pub­lic: New EU wide stand­ards to pro­tect whistle blowers
As we re­por­ted a few months ago (see Law-Now art­icle), a bill on the pro­tec­tion of whis­tleblowers is cur­rently go­ing through the le­gis­lat­ive pro­ced­ure after be­ing in­tro­duced by the Czech Gov­ern­ment earli­er...
24 July 2019
Czech Con­sti­tu­tion­al Court re­af­firms en­force­ab­il­ity of non-com­pete clause
Non-com­pete clauses must be in­ter­preted in line with the highest leg­al prin­ciple of private law – that agree­ments must be kept. The Czech Con­sti­tu­tion­al Court (the “Court”) re­cently de­cided in fa­vour of an...
23 May 2019
New le­gis­la­tion on whis­tleblow­ing in the Czech Re­pub­lic
Cur­rently in the Czech Re­pub­lic, em­ploy­ees have no oth­er op­tion on how to re­port un­law­ful activ­ity than re­port­ing it dir­ectly to their su­per­visor or to the re­spect­ive state au­thor­ity. This has been found...
10 April 2019
The Czech Data Pro­tec­tion Act fi­nally passed by the Par­lia­ment
While the Gen­er­al Data Pro­tec­tion Reg­u­la­tion (“GDPR”) be­came dir­ectly ef­fect­ive al­most a year ago, no Czech Data Pro­tec­tion Act (“DPA”) has been passed so far, mak­ing the Czech Re­pub­lic one of the las...
08 February 2019
Key as­pects of re­cent case law on "con­cur­rence of du­ties" in the Czech...
The Su­preme Court of the Czech Re­pub­lic has is­sued an­oth­er judg­ment in a long line of rul­ings de­voted to the so-called ‘con­cur­rence of du­ties’ is­sue, i.e. per­form­ance of the of­fice of a gov­ern­ing bod...
17 January 2019
New tool for em­ploy­ers in need: Pro­ject In­dia and Ukraine
As a res­ult of his­tor­ic low un­em­ploy­ment levels (ap­prox­im­ately 2.2% - the low­est in the EU)[1] com­pan­ies have suffered from a short­age of work­ers, and in par­tic­u­lar qual­i­fied tech­nic­al spe­cial­ists in...