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Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP > The Legal 500 Rankings
Real estate and construction Tier 2
Christopher Noblet and Sándor Békési co-head Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP's practice, which has demonstrable strengths in real estate acquisitions and disposals, reorganisations and lease agreements. Noblet is experienced in high-value regional transactions and recently advised Goldman Sachs on the sale of Budapest office building C6 to Skanska. Békési is 'an exceptional leader' and 'deeply involved in every matter'; his areas of expertise include acquisitions, leasing and management. He is currently assisting Goldman Sachs with negotiating major leases, construction and operational matters following its acquisition of a major science park complex.
Christopher Noblet; Sándor Békési
‘The teamwork that this team displayed was fascinating and each and every member was easily accessible.’
(DWS) Deutsche Asset Management
Accelerate Property Fund
Louis Vuitton Malletier
M7 Distribution Center
The 'exceptional' Sándor Békési leads Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP's banking team, which acts on the full breadth of Hungarian and international financings. He recently advised Laurentian Bank of Canada on the setting up of the client’s new internal structure, including a Uruguayan branch of the Hungarian subsidiary. Associate Gábor Kószó regularly works with Békési to advise borrowers and lenders on complex financing transactions.
Other key lawyers:
‘Sandor was exceptional in leading the team and was involved in every matter deeply.’
Magyar Cetelem Zrt.
Laurentian Bank of Canada
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce
Hamburg Commercial Bank
Towerbrook Capital Partners
Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP 's Budapest office is fully integrated into the wider pan-European network and it frequently works with the London office to coordinate cross-border M&A transactions. The firm is heavily involved in corporate real estate M&A and generates work from clients such as JR AMC, Goldman Sachs and Prologis. 'Exceptional' team leader Sándor Békési is noted for his expertise in private equity. Christopher Noblet is recommended for regional M&A and real estate transactions. László Partos is also a name to note.
László Partos; Christopher Noblet; Sándor Békési
‘Each member of the Hogan Lovells’ has their own role that they were exceptional in undertaking.’
‘Sandor Bekesi lead the team consisting of Zoltan Janosi and Gabor Koszo. The team-work that this team displayed was fascinating and each and every member was easily accessible. Sandor was exceptional in leading the team and was involved in every matter deeply. Zoltan and Gabor focused on the details and knew exactly what our requirements were.’
Laurentian Bank of Canada
Magyar Cetelem Bank
Competition Tier 3
Akos Kovách is the lead partner at Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP, which is known for its strengths in merger control cases, having recently advised DIGI (a leading Central European telecom player) on merger control proceedings before the Hungarian Competition Authority over its acquisition of Invitel’s residential business. The firm also works in cooperation with the Hogan Lovells International LLP network to receive cross-border instructions on various aspects of EU competition law.
‘Knowledgeable, responsive and well-functioning team, always happy to work with them.’
BNP Paribas Hungary Branch
Dispute resolution Tier 3
Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP has built up a wealth of experience in disputes with a nexus to real estate, construction and infrastructure projects. Clients of the firm include names such as GE Power, Alstom Transport and STRABAG. László Partos is a noted figure in international investment treaty disputes, and he is currently acting as a special expert in the ICSID arbitration launched by Dan Cake Portugal against the Hungarian State, which concerns a compensation claim arising from the liquidation of the Hungarian subsidiary of Dan Cake. Infrastructure expert Sándor Békési has been nominated by the Chairman of the Hungarian Arbitration Court to be appointed as a recommended arbitrator with effect in 2021.
László Partos; Sándor Békési
‘Mr. Partos is a quite skilful lawyer, with a practice ranging from corporate to litigation. He is very easy to work with and essential in guiding you through the Hungarian legal framework and some of its idiosyncrasies.’
TMT Tier 3
Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP focuses on the media and telecoms sectors, where it assists with the negotiation and drafting of commercial contracts, regulatory and licensing issues. Sándor Békési is the main contact.
DIGI Távközlési és Szolgáltató Kft.
AMC Networks CE
Partos & Noblet in co-operation with Hogan Lovells International LLP > Firm Profile
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Budapest office: Hogan Lovells is represented in Hungary by associated office Partos & Noblet, which works in close co-operation with the firm. The Budapest team includes lawyers and legal advisors from Hungary and the UK, who draw on a deep knowledge of the Hungarian legal system and the characteristics of the local market.
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