Taylor Wessing Hungary Welcomes Gábor Helembai as Counsel
Starting from September 2022, Gábor Helembai is joining the Budapest office of international law firm Taylor Wessing as counsel in the corporate, M&A, and real estate practices, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
Boasting over 15 years of experience, Helembai is joining Taylor Wessing from Bird & Bird where he worked as a senior associate in the corporate/commercial practice of the Budapest office, while also heavily involved in the real estate practice of the firm.
He has also gained unique insight and experience in the gaming and betting industry, where he regularly advises major online and high street retail operators, as well as slot machine manufacturers, on regulatory matters. He is a regular speaker at leading international gambling conferences and he frequently publishes his opinions on well-known gambling industry journals and websites.
“The appointment of Gábor Helembai is a huge asset to our firm. Over the past years, Gábor has established himself as an expert in various fields of law. I’m sure that his contributions to the expansion of our corporate, M&A and real estate practices will prove to be indispensable and his unmatched knowledge of the gambling sector will provide further advantages for us,” explains Torsten Braner, managing partner of Taylor Wessing Hungary.
“I highly appreciate the opportunity to join the dynamic team of Taylor Wessing Budapest. I have lots of plans, coupled with energy and enthusiasm, to tackle the challenges that lie ahead and to prove myself by contributing to the development and future success of the firm,” adds Gábor Helembai, counsel at Taylor Wessing Hungary.
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