Dr Gergely Légrádi > Oppenheim Ugyvedi Iroda > Budapest, Hungary > Lawyer Profile

Oppenheim Ugyvedi Iroda

Work Department

Regulatory; Energy; Utilities and Healthcare


Partner; Attorney-at-law


Lectures in Hungarian contract law at Eötvös Loránd University School of Law, Budapest. Associate with one of the largest law firms in Hungary between 1998-2000. In-house counsel at the Hungarian Oil and Gas Company (MOL) (2000-2002). From 2002 head of the regulatory practice group of the international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in Budapest. Member of the Energy Arbitration Court since 2009. Member of the Permanent Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Trade and Commerce. A founding partner of Oppenheim and head of its Energy, Regulatory, Utilities and Healthcare Practice.


Hungarian; English


Budapest Bar Association


Studied at and graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University School of Law, Budapest in 1998. Attended a post-graduate course in EU law, international business law and arbitration at the TMC Asser Instituut (The Hague) in 2000.

Lawyer Rankings

Hungary > Projects and energy

(Leading individuals)

Gergely LégrádiOppenheim Ugyvedi Iroda

Gergely Légrádi leads Oppenheim Ugyvedi Iroda‘s ‘very knowledgeable‘ team, which excels in projects in the nuclear, electricity and renewable energy sectors. The varied workload includes advice to clients on environmental matters, day-to-day operations and energy disputes. Légrádi is currently working with senior counsel Petra Tasi and associate Dávid Hanis to advise the Hungarian Energy and Public Utility Regulatory Authority on the planning and installation of the new nuclear power plant Paks II. The firm also has a strong following among German clients operating in the Hungarian market.