New Partner at Bán, S. Szabó, Rausch & Partners Law Firm

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Kinga László-Bölcskei, who has worked with the firm since 2010 and has been an associate attorney since 2012, has been promoted to partner of the firm as of January 1, 2024.

She initially advised the firm's German clients, where she gained extensive experience in general corporate and real estate law, and has subsequently been involved in a number of international corporate transactions and acts as counsel in competition law proceedings.

She completed her law studies at the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of Eötvös Loránd University, where she graduated in 2008, and furthered her studies at the Georg-August Universität LLM (Göttingen, Germany). She also graduated in Law and Economics at Corvinus University.

"Kinga's expertise and professional approach have contributed significantly to the success of the law firm in recent years. We are confident that in her role as a partner, she will continue to contribute greatly to the success of our clients and our firm," said János Rausch, managing partner of the firm.

"I am extremely pleased and proud to continue my career as a partner at Bán, S. Szabó, Rausch & Partners. This new role is not only a personal acknowledgment of my years of work but also an opportunity for me to participate in the firm's strategic decisions and subsequently to contribute even more actively to the future success of our clients and our firm", said Kinga László-Bölcskei.

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