In his law practice, Mário focuses mainly on litigation and related procedural issues. He specializes in representing clients in court proceedings and litigation across the full spectrum of public and private law, with a preference for focusing on civil, administrative and criminal law.
Mario has extensive experience in both in-court and out-of-court litigation involving damages, as well as related to real estate development, construction and real estate litigation. He has also represented a number of clients in significant proceedings relating to compensation for damages caused by the state in the exercise of public authority. He also has experience in anti-discrimination litigation and representing clients in criminal proceedings involving serious economic crime.
Mário is also engaged in publishing activities. He has published a number of articles related to compensation for damages in civil law and some issues related to civil procedure, which have been published in the bulletin of the Slovak Bar Association as well as on a number of major legal internet portals.
Prior to joining MCL, he worked at several leading local law firms.
In his spare time he enjoys sports, hiking, travelling and a lot of his time is taken up by managing a civic association focused on legal assistance to children with mental illness.
Comenius University in Bratislava, Faculty of Law (Mgr., 2019)
Representing a major railway carrier in an international dispute with a railway operator for compensation
Representing a construction company in a dispute concerning the construction of a football stadium in Košice
Preparation and drafting of a legal analysis on significant issues related to the construction of a modern real estate for a major Slovak IT company
Representing the Ministry of Economy of the Slovak Republic in a dispute over the determination of ownership rights to several properties with an international element
Representing a publicly known person in a dispute for compensation for damages caused by unlawful criminal prosecution by the state and in a dispute for protection of personality