Szecskay Attorneys at Law launches new look ahead of 30th anniversary


András Szecskay

Szecskay Attorneys at Law has unveiled a new logo and visual identity this week, along with a refreshed website, celebrating its upcoming 30th anniversary with the new look, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

"In a competitive legal market and fast-moving economy, we have to continuously evolve in order to remain leaders in our field. Our steadily growing relevance is based on the long-term trust of our clients and our reputation gained in Hungary and across our international partner and client network,” says András Szecskay, founder and managing partner of the firm.

“The combination of our focused and user-friendly legal advice and the ability to map out feasible business solutions, delivered with a human touch, is still a unique legal service in today's world. We mark this from now on with a new look," he added.

The new logo

Szecskay's attorneys regularly advise high-profile Hungarian and international clients across the full spectrum of business law, including dispute resolution, corporate/M&A, competition/antitrust and others.


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