Regulation law in Slovakia

Ranking of largest law firms and their major deals for this category.

(Source: Jana Liptáková)

In this article, we are bringing the 2022 ranking of law firms in the Regulation & Compliance category.

Largest firms’ major deals

1. Malata, Pružinský, Hegedüš & Partners

Deal: Energetický a průmyslový holding, a. s. (2021 – Ongoing); Legal assistance to the client on Slovak regulatory frameworks in the area of energy and setting up corresponding compliance processes.

2. Dagital Legal

Deal: Slovenská sporiteľňa, a.s. (2018 – Ongoing); Data protection-related advisory, including ongoing updating of documentation, conducting various analyses and legal representation in proceedings.


Deal: More than 10 green energy producers (2021 – Ongoing); Legal assistance regarding obligatory repowering process, comments on proposed legislation and representation in price proceedings before the ÚRSO regulatory office.

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The Slovak Spectator, in cooperation with the Finstat company, has been bringing the professional and general public a more comprehensive picture of law services in Slovakia since 2014.

Find more details about the ranking methodology here.

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