Petr Kusý, LL.B. (Hons.)



Borin in 1980. Graduated from the Law Faculty of Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Was admitted as a barrister and solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand in 2006 and in 2007 was admitted to the Czech Bar Association as a practitioner of international and New Zealand law. Joined Čermák a spol. in the same year.

 At Čermák a spol. Petr handles all intellectual property matters ranging from copyright, through unfair competition and trademarks to designs and patents. He is capable of assisting in a variety of situations ranging from advising future rightholder on how best to structure and protect their intellectual property, through prosecution of applications, all the way to enforcement of rights against infringers. 

Petr, however, specialises in coordinating contentious matters and litigation, and has significant experience in handling complex patent disputes and litigation involving patents. In this field Petr has assisted in matters involving small and medium size manufacturers as well as the largest multinational pharmaceutical companies. Petr has been involved in disputes in the Czech Republic and in Slovakia.


Languages: Czech, English.