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Artur Tamasi Moves from Wolf Theiss to Baker McKenzie in Budapest

Artur Tamasi Moves from Wolf Theiss to Baker McKenzie in Budapest

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Former Wolf Theiss Senior Associate Artur Tamasi has left the Budapest office of that firm to co-lead the Dispute Resolution team at Baker McKenzie as Counsel.

Tamasi, who will lead the team with Budapest Managing Partner Zoltan Hegymegi-Barakonyi. has over 18 years of experience in dispute resolution and general commercial law. He joined Wolf Theiss from Squire Patton Boggs last September along with colleagues Akos Eros, Judit Nador, and Agnes Budai (as reported by CEE Legal Matters on September 11, 2018), after spending over 14 years at that firm.

According to Baker McKenzie, "his professional expertise covers Hungarian commercial and administrative litigation, co-ordination of foreign court, and enforcement procedures, as well as domestic and international arbitration cases." The firm reports that "Tamasi is also an expert in corporate investigations and victim representation in white-collar crime proceedings."

“We are pleased to welcome a professionally experienced counsel on board as a key pillar of our team,” Hegymegi-Barakonyi commented. “Artur, as a co-head of the dispute resolution group and as a recognized legal expert, will further strengthen our practice in civil and public litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution."

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