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Péter P. Nagy appointed to ICC International Court of Arbitration

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Péter P. Nagy, co-founder and partner of Budapest-based law firm Nagy és Trócsányi, was recently appointed by the World Council of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) to serve as a member of the ICC International Court of Arbitration.

The Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), founded in 1923, is the largest business organization in the world. Its main activities are rule setting, policy advocacy and dispute resolution. This latter is the main function of its Court of Arbitration, which has been involved in more than 21,00 cases since its foundation.

Nagy is a renowned litigator and arbitrator in Hungary and a founder and name partner of Nagy és Trócsányi, which describes itself as the premier independent law firm in Hungary. The firm was founded in 1992, and celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. The firmʼs other co-founder is Dr. László Trócsányi, Hungaryʼs current Minister of Justice.

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