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White & Case Budapest moves to Dentons

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The Reczicza White & Case office in Budapest has agreed to join Dentons, and move in with the firm as of May 3, White & Case and Dentons told online legal daily CEE Legal Matters yesterday. White & Case Equity Partners István Réczicza, Rob Irving, and Edward Keller will be joining Dentons together with the rest of the members of the 30-strong legal team of White & Case Budapest office, the portal said. 

“The White & Case office in Budapest will move to Dentons with effect from May 3. From this date, we will no longer maintain an office there. The Firm is committed to supporting our clients’ cross-border needs in Central & Eastern Europe and we will continue to be recognized as a market leader for international work in the region." We wish István, Rob and Edward and the Budapest team well in their future endeavors,” the paper said, citing a press release.

Dentons’ spokesperson said that “Dentons is pleased to confirm that the team from White & Caseʼs Budapest office will be joining Dentons to further strengthen our Corporate M&A, Private Equity, TMT and Dispute Resolution offering in Hungary, the Central and South Eastern Europe region and across Europe.

This news follows Dentonsʼ recently announced merger with U.S. law firm McKenna Long & Aldridge as well as the combination between Dentons and [a Chinese law firm], creating the world’s largest law firm. We look forward to making a formal announcement later this month.”

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