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New partner heads Deloitte Legal’s labor law & compliance team

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Since February, Márton Kertész is the new head of the labor law and compliance team at Deloitte Legal Erdős and Partners Law Firm, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Márton Kertész

"I am more than pleased to join the Deloitte Legal team," says Kertész, who has more than 15 years of experience in the field. "I believe that the cooperation of Deloitte Legal Law Firm and Deloitte, one of the leading professional services providers, will enable us to give comprehensive answers to the most complex issues. In questions of labor law, it is an advantage if tax experts, lawyers or, if necessary, payroll experts can closely cooperate."

Labor law has been the primary focus of Kertész’s professional career, which saw him work at various well-known law firms. According to the press release, he has in-depth knowledge of supporting labor law issues of clients operating in car manufacturing, banking, trade, logistics and transportation, pharmaceutical and other industry sectors. His main field of expertise includes major transformations of work organizations and legal support during mass layoff procedures. He also has significant experience in labor lawsuits, collective labor law issues, and labor law support required for M&A transactions.

"Deloitte Legal Law Firm has grown into one of the largest global networks of lawyers over the past few years and this growth strategy is evident at the Hungarian firm as well," says Gábor Erdős, Deloitte Legal’s office managing partner. "The expanding firm, currently operating with over 30 lawyers, endeavors to help clients respond to the most complex legal challenges of the future. Márton will help fulfill this ambition. Under his leadership, our labor law and compliance practice will be able to rise to our clients’ most serious challenges," he concludes.

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