Dóra Petrányi to co-head CMS Tech, Media, and Comms Group
Dóra Petrányi (CMS Hungary) and Pietro Fringuelli (CMS Germany) will co-head the CMS Technology, Media and Communications Group, the company announced this week.
Petrányi is CEE managing director and a partner at CMS in Hungary. She heads the TMC, Data Protection and Intellectual property (IP) practices, and is a partner in the competition practice in the Budapest office.
The expert has extensive, partly in-house, experience in telecoms and media with a special focus on all types of regulatory, competition, and general commercial matters. In addition, she has established and leads the firm’s managed legal services delivery center from Budapest.
She is an expert in all three sectors of TMC (technology, media, and communications), with a special focus on communications, media, and all types of regulatory matters, having been general counsel for the largest telecommunications provider in the region.
She is the co-author of the CMS publications: Digital Horizons - a series of reports exploring CEE’s digital future and The Cybersecurity Challenge in Central and Eastern Europe, and is a regular speaker at key international conferences, including the World Economic Forum (Davos), the Mobile World Congress and ECTA.
Petrányi is the Co-Chairman of the Regulatory & Ethics Committee of the Hungarian AI Coalition. She is also a member of the Digital Civil Code Review Working Group, being the only outside counsel on the team. She is the first and only lawyer to be a member of the co-regulatory committee between the local telecommunications’ regulatory authority and the Association of Hungarian Content Providers. She is also a member of the board of directors of UNICEF Hungary.
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