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Dentons Strengthens Budapest Dispute Resolution and Arbitration Team

Appointments

Global law firm Dentons has strengthened its Litigation, Dispute Resolution, and Arbitration in Budapest with the recruitment of litigation partner Gergely Stanka and a team of seven lawyers, including three of counsels, two associates, and two junior associates.

This team brings a notable track record in representing clients in court and arbitration proceedings on both a local and international level, the law firm tells the Budapest Business Journal.

They have extensive experience in various types of litigation, including commercial, banking, and energy litigation as well as administrative- and tax-related litigation and labor law cases. Their comprehensive offering will complement Dentons’ full-service offering across all areas of business law in Hungary.

Stanka is a renowned lawyer and the former managing partner of BPSS Law Firm. He was a permanent arbitrator of the money and capital market section at the Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry for several years. With his deep expertise in banking law, investment services, and capital markets, he is a trusted legal advisor to numerous domestic and international banks, investment service providers, investment funds, and fund managers.

Stanka commented, "I am delighted to join Dentons alongside my trusted colleagues. By leveraging Dentons' expansive global platform, we will have access to unparalleled resources to deliver top-tier legal services to our clients. I am excited to collaborate closely with all practice groups in Hungary and across Europe to provide innovative and effective solutions to our clients' most intricate disputes. Our collective goal is to solidify Dentons’ position as the go-to firm for comprehensive and outstanding legal representation in all areas of disputes and arbitration."

Gábor Király, Hungary managing officer at Dentons, said, " We are thrilled to welcome such a highly experienced Litigation, Dispute Resolution, and Arbitration team to our ranks, and we firmly believe that their expertise, combined with our extensive resources, will forge an unparalleled synergy that will set us apart in the market and solidify Dentons’ position as the premier law firm in Hungary."

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