Partner Promotion at Oppenheim
Oppenheim has announced that Dávid Hanis has been promoted to partner at the firm, effective January 1, 2024.
The expert joined the firm in 2009 as a junior associate after graduating from the university and has steadily progressed since then. From January 1, 2022, Dávid has been acting as the co-head of the Regulated Industries practice group of Oppenheim. He is one of the co-authors of the book “The Operation and Regulation of the Hungarian Natural Gas Sector II”.
His area of specialization is energy law comprising electricity and natural gas trading, renewables, energy efficiency, and mining. He has considerable expertise and experience in other regulated industries, such as waste management, environmental protection, automotive industry, e-mobility, and pharmaceuticals.
His clients are mainly companies active on the energy market, such as electricity and natural gas traders, RES producers, mining entrepreneurs, technology-intensive investors, energy consultants, and market players of other regulated sectors.
"Dávid has an in-depth knowledge of the sector of regulated industries, putting a special emphasis on the precise understanding of the aims of the clients to elaborate appropriate and tailor-made legal solutions,” said Gergely Légrádi, partner and co-head of the practice.
"Dávid’s appointment as partner is part of Oppenheim’s strategy of elevating the next generation of lawyers who are the future of the firm. He is also a perfect example of the career path at Oppenheim with his commitment of the last 14 years," said István Szatmáry, managing partner of Oppenheim.
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