Hungary continues to be one of the leading nations in Central and Eastern Europe for attracting foreign direct investment. The US is the second largest investor in Hungary, and our lawyers work closely with colleagues in our European and US offices to help clients navigate the complexities facing them in fast paced, competitive, and often highly regulated sectors.

Hungary is also home to the EU Institute of Innovation and Technology, business areas which have expanded rapidly over the last decade. Global organisations also choose the region as a base for their manufacturing facilities.

Pharmaceuticals are one of Hungary’s key sectors, and given our expertise in in life sciences and healthcare, our office here is of strategic importance to our firm and to our clients.

Our office is located in the heart of Budapest, where we provide our national, European and multinational clients with full legal advice across Hungary.

Our office in Budapest

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Disputes & investigations

Where is the EU-AstraZeneca conflict heading?

Available in Hungarian

15 April 2021
Briefing

by Zoltán Novák, Ph.D.

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Corporate crime & compliance

How can compliance with the Whistleblower Directive be of advantage?

Available in Hungarian

15 April 2021
Briefing

by Torsten Braner, LL.M. and János Kopasz, CIPP/E

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Employment, pensions & mobility

Can vaccination be made mandatory?

Here's how employers are regulated across Europe

11 March 2021
Quick read

by Torsten Braner, LL.M.

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Employment, pensions & mobility

The future of the sharing economy could be changed

Available in Hungarian

1 March 2021
Quick read

by Zoltán Novák, Ph.D.

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