About us

The Law firm Vojčík & Partners was founded by Prof. JUDr. Peter Vojčík, CSc. in 1991. He continues the legal tradition of Vojčík family with roots in times of the 1. Czechoslovak Republic. Today the network of attorney and patent offices is managed by his son, JUDr. Leo Teodor Vojčík.

We provide our clients with the complete legal service on a high professional level.

We are especially proud of our knowledge, experiences but mainly of our results in the area of intellectual property law. The professional sources say that we belong to top law firms in the area of intellectual property law.

The company headquarters is located in Kosice, we have also the branch offices in Žilina and, Bratislava.

In COLLEGIUM, alliance of law firms, we are able to provide our clients with direct legal assistance in the Czech Republic and Hungary with our colleagues Urban and Hejduk from Prague and Bitai Law Firm from Budapest.

Partnership with Grimaldi Alliance

The Vojčík & Partners law firm has become a new member of international alliance of independent law firms Grimaldi and exclusive representative of Grimaldi Alliance for the Slovak market in 2020. The Vojčík a Partners law firm, founding member of Collegium alliance, operating also in the Czech Republic and Hungary, thus significantly enlarges its international cooperation.

The Slovak Republic represents, for Italy, an important business opportunity and we are therefore very pleased to operate in said Country with a firm such as Vojčík & Partners s.r.o., known for its professionality“, states Francesco Sciaudone, Managing Partner of Grimaldi.

Quickly expanding Grimaldi Alliance is already present in the following countries: Albania, Saudi Arabia, Argentina, Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Chile, Colombia, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, United Arab Emirates, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iraq, Italy, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Oman, Panama, Paraguay, Poland, Portugal, United Kingdom, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay and the USA. Other members are expected to join in the forthcoming weeks.