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David Kohegyi, Szilard Kui, and Viktor Radics Promoted to Local Partner at DLA Piper Budapest

David Kohegyi, Szilard Kui, and Viktor Radics Promoted to Local Partner at DLA Piper Budapest

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Former Counsels David Kohegyi, Szilard Kui, and Viktor Radics have been promoted to Local Partners at DLA Piper Hungary.

According to DLA Piper, Kohegyi, who heads the firm's Compliance and Investigations team, has “significant international professional experience in conducting corporate internal investigations, international litigation and arbitration proceedings, and financial regulatory procedures." He has a JD from the University of Miskolc and has also attended Leiden University and the University of Michigan Law School. Prior to joining DLA Piper in 2009, he spent almost two years with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. 

According to the firm, Szilard Kui, who heads DLA Piper Hungary's Real Estate practice, “has extensive experience of real estate law, advising on all aspects of acquisition, development, construction, leasing, and management of commercial real estate.” He has a JD from the ELTE University. Prior to joining DLA Piper in 2015, he spent almost a year with MOL Group and almost seven and a half years with Baker McKenzie.

Radics, who heads DLA Piper's Dispute Resolution practice in Budapest, has — according to the firm — more than ten years of experience in “litigation, domestic and international commercial arbitrations, including in the fields of capital markets, insurance, financing transactions, construction, infrastructure development, corporate litigation, and pharmaceuticals." He is a graduate of the University of Miskolc and holds a Master’s degree from Budapest Corvinus University. He joined DLA Piper in 2015.

“With the introduction of the Local Partner status, we wanted to encourage and support the career ambitions of our legal experts and to reward the individual professional reputation they acquired among their clients,” said Andras Posztl, Country Managing Partner of DLA Piper Hungary. “The initiative has been established in accordance with domestic and international best practices. It will contribute to achieving further dynamic development for our integrated legal services team.” 

 

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The firm’s lawyers provide clients with advice and representation in an active, thoughtful and ethical manner, with a real understanding of clients‘ business needs and the markets in which they operate.

The firm is one of the largest home-grown independent law firms in Hungary. Currently Nagy és Trócsányi has 26 lawyers out of which there are 8 active partners. All partners are equity partners.

Nagy és Trócsányi is a legal entity and registered with the Budapest Bar Association. All lawyers of the Budapest office are either members of, or registered as clerks with, the Budapest Bar Association. Several of the firm’s lawyers are admitted attorneys or registered as legal consultants in New York.

The firm advises a broad range of clients, including numerous multinational corporations. 

Our activity focuses on the following practice areas: M&A, company law, litigation and dispute resolution, real estate law, banking and finance, project financing, insolvency and restructuring, venture capital investment, taxation, competition, utilities, energy, media and telecommunication.

Nagy és Trócsányi is the exclusive member firm in Hungary for Lex Mundi – the world’s leading network of independent law firms with in-depth experience in 100+countries worldwide.

The firm advises a broad range of clients, including numerous multinational corporations. Among our key clients are: OTP Bank, Sberbank, Erste Bank, Scania, KS ORKA, Mannvit, DAF Trucks, Booking.com, Museum of Fine Arts of Budapest, Hungarian Post Pte Ltd, Hiventures, Strabag, CPI Hungary, Givaudan, Marks & Spencer, CBA.

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