Štěpán Holub


- tech companies and start-ups
- high net worth individuals and their families
- real estate owners and developers

- multi-generational planning
- real estate law
- corporate law
- business mediation

- Czech
- English
- German
- Swedish

- Charles University Faculty of Law, Prague (Mgr., 2004)
- Stockholm University (2000/2001)
Stepan is a specialist for multi-generational planning in the Czech Republic. Based on multiple recommendations, he has been included in the publications Chambers or Who’s Who Legal as a leading expert in the Czech Republic for the field of “Private Clients”. He is one of few members of the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (STEP) from the Czech Republic having the Trust & Estate Practitioner´s (“TEP”) qualification.

Stepan also loves to advise active people with entrepreneurial spirit, not only on their legal issues, but also on their strategy in all stages of their business. He helped several start-ups to grow, both locally in the Czech Republic and internationally. Stepan is very good at finding innovative legal solutions, using business and even non-profit structures. When advising, he uses his legal expertise and also his practical experience from own successful internet travel business start-up, which he successfully initiated already during his studies at the university.

Stepan has successfully advised on many international legal transactions, involving several jurisdictions. He has also successfully represented his clients in front of different courts, including the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic.

The real passion for Stepan is moving in the international environment. His extensive international network of lawyers helps him to find suitable legal experts in most countries around the globe for his clients. In 2014, he was the head of the organising committee of Prague Congress for 550 lawyers of AIJA (International Association of Young Lawyers).

Stepan is qualified as a mediator for business and civil disputes by the Czech Bar Association and the Brussels Bar Association. He was awarded the Pro Bono Lawyer Award of 2009 from the Czech Bar Association.