Baker & McKenzie Hungary names new partner


Dr. Márton Horányi has joined law firm Kajtár Takács Hegymegi-Barakonyi Baker & McKenzie, as an addition to the firm’s team specializing in competition law, government funds, commercial practices and consumer protection, as well as European Union law, according to a press release issued today.

With more than a decade of experience in the field of Hungarian and EU competition law, Horányi has represented domestic and multinational clients in cases such as cartel issues and fusion control before the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH), the European Commission, Hungarian and EU courts. He has also gained experience in the field of distribution of government subsidies, along with consumer protection and unfair commercial practices.  

Between 2007 and 2015, Horányi worked in the Budapest and Düsseldorf offices of Baker & McKenzie. Afterwards he served as a partner of a CEE office chain, worked as leader of a Budapest-based competition law group, and led the competition law group of a major accounting firm, the press statement said.

“Competition law is a field of growing risk and elevated importance for our clients, therefore it has great significance that we can welcome a professional in the person of Dr. Márton Horányi who has international experience,” said Zoltán Hegymegi-Barakonyi, the leader of the Budapest office.


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