2021: Year of Revival at Bán, S. Szabó, Rausch & Partners
The years 2020 and 2021 will long be remembered by all for well-known and sad reasons. My aim is that this year is recalled for entirely different reasons by our clients, partners, and colleagues; as the revival of our firm.
The changes concern not only the name of the law firm and who sits at the helm of the office, but also the appearance and branding of our operation.
As of June 2021, I will succeed Chrysta Bán and Péter S. Szabó as the managing partner. I will give my best to live up to their legacy as the founders who established the office and lead it to become a highly reputable law office. I have been a partner for more than 20 years, and I am looking forward to the challenges that lie ahead with excitement.
Our clients’ needs and expectations are constantly changing. We know that we must evolve and cope with such expectations and continue to provide excellent legal services to the complete satisfaction of our clients. To achieve this, we will adapt our internal procedures, change our image and introduce a new and updated branding. This will manifest itself in our new logo and revised homepage. Our traditional strong points, such as integrity and reliability, will continue to be the focal points of our work.
Our approach is one of form and substance in accord that has a straightforward goal: taking care of the problems and issues of our clients with dedication and integrity. This is what we have striven to achieve for the last 25 years; we will continue to do so long into the future.
János Rausch, Managing partner
This article was first published in the Budapest Business Journal print issue of June 4, 2021.
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