Ákos Kovách Promoted to Partner at Hogan Lovells Partos & Noblet


Hungarian associate law firm Hogan Lovells Partos & Noblet has announced the promotion of Ákos Kovách to partner.

“I am both honored and delighted to take on this new role, to continue to contribute to the growth of our firm and to further strengthen its recognition in the market. I am truly grateful to my partners for their trust, support and friendship”, comments Kovách on his new position.

Kovách is head of the office's competition and antitrust practice, and according to a statement from the law firm, he is recognized as an expert in competition law in Hungary and has extensive experience in merger control cases, cartel proceedings and antitrust matters.

He advises clients throughout high-level competition law-related litigation cases before the competent courts and is also active in advising on the implementation of tailor-made competition compliance programs and training. Besides his competition law practice, he has experience in advising major international companies in M&A transactions, with a proven track record on structuring investments and divestments in Hungary.

Kovách is a certified lawyer in both Hungary and France. He was appointed as a foreign trade adviser (CCEF) for France in 2013 and is a member of the Hungarian Association of Competition Law.

“We are delighted to have Ákos among our ranks as a partner. He has robust experience in his specialist area; his practice is very complementary to our leading corporate and real estate practices. With him as a partner we can only grow stronger,” comments László Partos, office managing partner.


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