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Leading Lawyers Review State of the Hungarian Market at CEELM Round Table Leading Lawyers Review State of the Hungarian Market at CEELM Round Table

A virtual who’s who of the Hungarian legal market gathered at Dentons’ Budapest office this afternoon for a CEE Legal Matters Round Table conversation about the state of and prospects for the Hungarian economy and the Hungarian legal market.

The event, organized in preparation for the upcoming issue of the CEE Legal Matters magazine, was attended by an elite selection of senior and Managing Partners from Hungarian law firms, including:

  • Edward Keller (Dentons) — Hosts
  • Zoltan Lengyel (Allen & Overy)
  • Gabriella Ormai (CMS)
  • Andras Posztl (DLA Piper)
  • Tamas Szabo (Szabo Kelemen & Partners)
  • Zoltan Faludi (Wolf Theiss) 

They were joined, on the in-house side, by

  • Roland Csecsei (Senior Legal Manager Balkan (Bulgaria, Albania, Macedonia, Serbia, Montenegro), Pannonia (Hungary, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Slovenia) & Germany at Avon)
  • Daniel Szabo (Country Counsel for Hungary at Hewlett Packard Enterprise)
  • Zoltan Fenyi (Head of Legal at Sberbank)

"We were delighted to host this round table discussion,” said Edward Keller, Partner at Dentons, which hosted the event. "We at Dentons continue to believe in the Hungarian market, and it was interesting to see that our peers largely share the same opinion. Of course it is always enlightening to discuss the market with our peers and to exchange opinions, and we are grateful to CEE Legal Matters for organizing.”

A full summary of the conversation will be published in the April 2016 issue of the CEE Legal Matters magazine. If you’d like to subscribe to receive a copy of the magazine you can register for a subscription here.

Last modified onThursday, 07 April 2016 08:11
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