Martin Provazník the newest partner at bpv BRAUN PARTNERS in Bratislava

JUDr. Martin Provazník has been named partner at bpv BRAUN PARTNERS as of April 1, 2021. This brings the number of bpv partners in Prague and Bratislava to nine. “Martin Provazník is an excellent attorney and I am delighted to welcome him as one of us. Expanding our circle of partners shows our continued growth and the respected position our firm occupies, which of course makes us proud,” commented Arthur Braun, managing partner at bpv. Martin Provazník has been an attorney since 2008 and his main practice areas include dispute resolution, insolvency, corporate law, contract law and IP/IT. Before joining bpv, he was a partner at bnt attorneys in CEE, where he led the dispute resolution practice. He represents a wide range of clients, from individuals to multinational corporations. In addition to his legal practice, Martin also publishes regularly in Slovak media outlets. He is a member of INSOL Europe, VIAC (Vienna International Arbitral Centre) and YAAP (Young Austrian Arbitration Practitioners), and also acts as a member of the Disciplinary Committee at the Slovak Bar Association and the Board of Directors for SAEI (the Slovak Association of Exporters and Importers). He is also on the list of arbitrators at the permanent arbitral tribunal in Prague and Vienna. Martin received special acknowledgment in the Via Bona Awards for helping with a systematic change in personal bankruptcies and debt-free regime in Slovakia. He speaks Slovak, English and German. The new partner will continue to focus primarily on dispute resolution with a secondary focus on insolvency, given the situation on the market and growing demand. “I greatly appreciate the opportunity to contribute to bpv’s good reputation,” comments Martin Provazník. Igor Augustinič, partner at the Bratislava office, had the following comments on the new appointment: “We are very glad to have a new partner on our team. Martin’s appointment represents another important step in expanding our engagement on the market in Slovakia and Central Europe.”