Reti, Antall and Partners, the Hungarian member of PwC Legal, has a new Managing Partner and a new Partner.
The firm has announced that Zoltan Varszegi is taking over as Managing Partner from Laszlo Reti. Varszegi started his career as a trainee lawyer with the firm before spending a year and a half in-house at OTP Bank, then spent four and a half years in PricewaterhouseCoopers’ tax department. He has been back at Reti, Antall & Partners since 2000. According to the firm, "his professional activities are mainly focused on the development of international corporate structures, energy law transactions, civil lawsuits, and tax litigation." The firm also reports that "recently, he has gained a reputation for representing his clients before the Court of Justice of the European Union."
Laszlo Reti and Gyorgy Antall started their cooperation as lawyers in 1987. Both Reti and Antall will continue to work at the firm.