Lucie Cerna


Lucie is a real estate lawyer with extensive experience in wide range of real estate matters, including real estate acquisitions, development of logistics and other non-residential projects, letting, forward sale projects, development management, sale and lease-back and others.

She also advises clients on corporate matters, especially domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions, representing both buyers and sellers in various sectors and industries. Lucie has a distinctive expertise in the regulation of gambling and energy law, as well as ultimate beneficial owners disclosure and registration, where she helps clients navigate the complex and evolving legal frameworks.

Lucie delivers practical and tailored solutions to her clients, drawing on her in-depth knowledge of the markets and the business needs of her clients.


Representative matters

Albert ?eská republika in connection with sale, lease-back and subsequent development of hypermarkets and adjacent land, including advice on renewables aspects of energy supply to the hypermarkets.

Certain funds managed by affiliates of a global alternative investment management firm on its acquisition of a stake in CPI Property Group, a Luxembourg-based listed real estate player, for an amount of EUR300m.

Deutsche Telekom in relation to internal carve out of passive mobile infrastructure/tower assets in the Czech Republic.

Garbe and its co-investors in connection with acquisition of ownership interest in SPV company ZOŠI LOGISTICS, s.r.o. owning the land located in Brno - Poho?elice, Czech Republic, to be developed as logistic park.

ZETOR KOVÁRNA, s.r.o. (subsidiary of HTC INVESTMENTS a.s.) on the sale and lease-back of their production halls and adjacent land located in Brno, cadastral area Líšen, to CTP.





Advokat, Czech Republic, 2022


Mgr., Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague, 2018


A&O Shearman was formed on May 1, 2024 by the combination of Shearman & Sterling LLP and Allen & Overy LLP and their respective affiliates (the legacy firms). Any matters referred to above may include matters undertaken by one or more of the legacy firms rather than A&O Shearman.