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Wolf Theiss Faludi Erős Ügyvédi Iroda

KÁLVIN TÉR 12-13, KÁLVIN CENTER, 4TH FLOOR, 1085 BUDAPEST, HUNGARY
Tel:
Work +36 1 484 8800
Fax:
Fax +36 1 484 8825
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Web:
www.wolftheiss.com

Dr Judit Nádor

Tel:
Work +36 1 4848800
Email:
Web:
www.wolftheiss.com
Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG

Work Department

Corporate/M&A, specialising in in M&A transactions, private equity, general commercial and corporate law, primarily in the automotive and the telecommunication sectors.

Position

Senior Associate

Career

Prior to joining Wolf Theiss she gained valuable experience at a US-based full service global law firm where she advised international and domestic clients on various M&A transactions in Hungary and the CEE/SEE region.

Languages

Hungarian, English

Education

California State University, Hayward, Paralegal Certificate, 1995; Eötvös Loránd Tudományegyetem, J.D., 1989.


Hungary

Commercial, corporate and M&A

Within: Commercial, corporate and M&A

Wolf Theiss Faludi Erős Ügyvédi Iroda  bolstered its corporate and M&A practice in 2018 with the arrival of Ákos Erős, senior associate Judit Nádor and associate Ágnes Buda from Wilkinson European Community Jurist Office/Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP. Highlights included advising Eurofins on its proposed acquisition of four entities within the Hungarian Food Analytica Group. János Tóth heads the team, which also includes senior associate Norbert Bálint.

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Employment

Within: Employment

Wolf Theiss Faludi Erős Ügyvédi Iroda handles day-to-day employment law matters, in addition to transfers, workforce restructurings, and redundancies. L'Oréal Hungary and DB Cargo are clients. László Kenyeres heads the team and senior associate Barnabás Buzási is also recommended. Senior associate Judit Nádor was a recent arrival from Wilkinson European Community Jurist Office/Squire Patton Boggs (US) LLP.

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Legal Developments by:
Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwalte GmbH & CoKG

  • EU TRANSACTION TAX: ADDITIONAL BURDENS ON BANKS?

    The finance ministers of the European Union met again last week to discuss the plan of introducing a single EU financial transaction tax. According to the plan, a 0.1 percent tax would be levied on bond and capital transactions, while a 0.01 percent tax would be charged on derivatives transactions.
    - Wolf Theiss

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