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New partner announced at act Bán & Karika Attorneys at Law

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Péter Weidinger

Péter Weidinger became a new partner at act Bán & Karika Attorneys at Law as of January 2022, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

Weidinger first joined the law firm in 2017 as a junior associate. After gaining extensive experience, he passed his bar exams with excellence in 2019. He worked in Frankfurt on several occasions, where he gained significant international experience as well.

First, he was the scholar of the Ministry of Public Administration and Justice of Hungary, and then he received the scholarship of the Foundation of the Attorneys of Hessen for his LL.M. studies at the Goethe University of Frankfurt am Main. In the summer of 2018, he worked in the German act legal law firm in Frankfurt.

Weidinger collaborates as an individual attorney-at-law with act Bán & Karika Attorneys at Law since 2020. He focuses on the field of contract law, labor law, corporate law, and the representation of clients in court and out-of-court proceedings. He is fluent in English and German.

“Péter’s promotion to the position of partner is an important milestone for us. His personality ensures that our clientele will receive the high-quality service, based on our international experience, which they used to receive from our law firm over the past years," emphasized Gergely Bán, founding and managing partner of the law firm.

“We are happy to welcome Péter as our new partner. We value his contribution to the success of our team. Above that we can rely on him in the preparation of legal articles and publications and in business development because he excels in these areas too," added Márton Karika, the other managing partner of act Bán & Karika Attorneys at Law.


 

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