Marie Talašová is an internationally recognised and vastly experienced attorney with a successful track record working on international arbitration matters, providing guidance to both international and local clients. She focuses on commercial and investment arbitrations under the major arbitration rules (including ICC, LCIA, VIAC, DIS, Swiss Rules, CEAC, CAS and UNCITRAL), protection of foreign investment, energy regulation, export control, dual-use goods and FDI.
She served on the Appeals Committee of the Czech Energy Regulatory Office and is a former head of the International Legal Services Department at the Czech Ministry of Finance. In this role, she successfully defended the Czech Republic in numerous international arbitrations, led negotiations on bilateral investment agreements and provided counsel on international and EU law matters. She is also an independent arbitrator at the Arbitration Court attached to the Prague Stock Exchange.
Queen Mary University of London (LL.M.), 2024
University of Michigan Law School (LL.M.), 2010
Masaryk University (Mgr.), 2006