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Jalsovszky Law Firm welcomes real estate lawyer

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Levente Bihari joined Hungarian Jalsovszky Law Firm at the end of March, assuming a position on the company’s real estate law team, according to a press release issued today.

Bihari has worked for international law firms for the past ten years in the fields of construction and commercial law, the statement said. 

“During my previous jobs I was most interested in real estate law and M&A transactions, however, lately I missed challenges in my daily activities. I met the firm through a mutual transaction – sitting on the other side of the table – and this way I could get a personal impression of the professionalism of the firm’s lawyers,” Bihari said in connection with his joining Jalsovszky.

“Our real estate team has in recent years been the legal advisor of purchases such as Green House and Óbuda Gate office buildings. … The expansion has been necessary to preserve our high-quality work in the field of the real estate market, and in the person of Levente we can rely on a colleague with excellent professionalism,” leading partner of the firm Pál Jalsovszky said.

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