Jiri Janak is an attorney-at-law specialising in the fields of sports law, civil and procedure law, and business law. He practices in Prague, Czech Republic for KSD Legal, the award winning sports law firm.
Jiri also works for the disciplinary commissions of different national sports associations, and as a Secretary of the Legislative Council of the Czech Olympic Committee.
Before practicing as an attorney, Jiri was a professional racing driver, competing in different national and world series, including the World Touring Car Championships. Outside of work, Jiri enjoys motorsports, tennis, reading, the economy and finance, and computer games.
- Judicial oversight of sports associations in the Czech Republic – does the new Civil Code strike the right balance between autonomy and intervention?
- Proportionality of sanctions under the WADA Code: a case study from the Czech Republic
- Can athletes claim copyright in their sporting performances?
- The autonomy of sport brought into question - the Czech Republic motorcycling case