Professionalism with Tradition



Our History goes back to the year 1992 when Dr. Zdeňka Korejzová founded KOREJZOVÁ & SPOL., Law and Patent Offices, following her long-standing practice in the field on IP rights protection since 1968 in former Czechoslovakia. We have based our branch office in Bratislava in order to represent Clients directly in both countries - Czech and Slovak republics. In 2017 we changed our company name to KOREJZOVA LEGAL and extended our services to further fields of interest. In 2022 we are celebrating 30 years of of successful practice.  

Our Services are based on transparency, professionalism and constant development. We are primarily long-term partners for our clients. We trust that only an individual relationship based on mutual respect and confidence can genuinely work. We have been partners for many leading companies, we take care of them since they've started their business, during their growth within the Czech market and also when expanding abroad.

Membership in National and International Professional Organisations:

We are active members of international organisations for intellectual property protection to closely co-operate with our foreigner partners.

Czech Bar Association

is the largest legal professional organization in the Czech Republic, the second largest proffesional chamber. It is a self-governing organization performing public administration and, as such, it protects and guarantees the quality of the legal services provided by Attorneys at Law.

Chamber of Patent Attorneys of the Czech Republic

is a self-administered organization established under the Law No. 417/2004 Coll., on Patent Attorneys. All patent attorneys in the Czech Republic are compulsorily its members. The Chamber guarantees the professional ability of members and provides them with the certificate for practicing an industrial protection profession. It plays two roles: on one hand it protects and enforces the interests of patent attorneys, on the other hand it supervises the proper practicing of their industrial property profession by means of its elected bodies. If the Chamber finds a professional failure, it carries out disciplinary proceedings and decides on disciplinary measures according to the law cited above. 

AIPPI (Association Internationale pour la Protection de la Propriété Intellectuelle)

The International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property, generally known under the abbreviated name AIPPI, is the world’s leading international organization dedicated to the development and improvement of legal regimes for the protection of intellectual property (IP). It is a politically neutral, non-profit organization, domiciled in Switzerland, which currently has over 9000 Members representing more than 100 countries.

ECTA (European Communities Trade Mark Association)

ECTA promotes the knowledge and professionalism of members and owners alike in the fields of trade marks, designs, copyrights and other Intellectual Property rights, within the European Union.

EPI (The Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office)

is an international non-governmental public law corporation with its own by-laws and code of professional conduct, comprising of more than 9 thousands of Patent Attorneys from 36 European countries.

INTA (International Trademark Association)

is an international non-profitable association of more than 5,000 trademark owners and professionals from more than 190 countries, dedicated to the support and advancement of trademarks and related intellectual property as elements of fair and effective national and international commerce.

LESI (Licensing Executives Society International)

is an association of national and regional societies having an interest in the transfer of technology, or licensing of intellectual property rights.

LIDC (Ligue Internationale du Droit de la Concurrence)

International League of Competition Law seeks to promote the principles of fairness and justice in competitive trade and aims to campaign against all types of unfair competition and to collect together information and documentation relating to competition law in the various member countries. 


is a European association representing the interests of trade mark owners since 1986. From that time MARQUES has built an enviable reputation as a highly respected and influential trademark owners association.

FICPI (Fédération Internationale des Conseils en Proprieté Intellectuelle)

International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorney is unique, being the only international NGO whose membership consists exclusively of IP attorneys in private practice. FICPI thus represents an important constituency within the international IP system.

PTMG (Pharmaceutical Trade Mark Group)

is a non-profitable organisation, who's primary objective of is to enable members to meet at regular intervals to consider problems of mutual interest by running educational conferences relating to the law and practice of trademarks and other intellectual property particularly as they affect pharmaceutical and related industries.

APAA (Asia Patent Attorneys Association)

The principal object of APAA is to promote and enhance intellectual property protection throughout the Asian Region. 

Slovak Bar Association

Slovak Bar Association is an independent self-administrative professional organisation, currently associating cca 4100 lawyers and 1220 trainee lawyers. The legal profession helps to exercise the individual´s constitutional right to defence and to protect any other individual´s and legal entity´s rights and interests in accordance with the Slovak Constitution and the laws.

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