Niveus Legal | Halmos & Jánosi Law Firm Established

Appointments

At the beginning of 2023, Tamás Halmos and Zoltán Jánosi founded Halmos & Jánosi Law Firm and after the foundation they joined the Niveus Group, thus expanding the legal services provided by Niveus Legal to include real estate, corporate, M&A, data protection and dispute resolution, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

As a result of the accession, Niveus Legal | Halmos and Jánosi Law Firm has been established as a partnership.

Niveus Legal | Halmos and Jánosi Law Firm works in close cooperation with all the member companies of the Niveus group, providing their clients with in-house access to tax, accounting, transfer pricing, auditing, and advisory services in various strategic areas.

Zoltán Jánosi graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of Eötvös Lóránd University in 2006. After graduating, he worked for 17 years at the Budapest office of the international law firm Hogan Lovells, where he has been a senior associate since 2017.

He has extensive experience in corporate and real estate law and regularly advises his Hungarian and international clients on real estate sales, leasing transactions, and construction/real estate development matters. Jánosi's corporate practice covers M&A projects, restructurings, and other corporate law areas.

Tamás Halmos graduated from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the University of Pécs in 2011.  From 2010, he worked in a senior position in the Budapest office of the international law firm Hogan Lovells before establishing Niveus Legal | Halmos & Jánosi Law Office.

Halmos has significant experience in commercial litigation, whether in ordinary court, arbitration, or other alternative dispute resolution forums. He also has unique experience in the field of condominium law, both in the operation of privately owned and condominium-style commercial and industrial properties.

His clients regularly participate as bidders in public procurement procedures, for whom he advises in the pre-procurement and preparation phase, and accompanies them through all stages of the procedure until the conclusion of the contract, representing them before any appeal forums if necessary. He also specializes in data protection law and is currently an Elte Data Protection and Data Security Law course student.

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