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Schoenherr Hungary was established in 2008 when a well-established team of experienced legal professionals, now led by Kinga Hetényi, joined the firm in order to benefit from Schoenherr’s strong position in the CEE/SEE region.
It has a long track record of representing foreign investors, mainly in acquisitions and green field investments, corporate, employment law, merger control filings and other competition matters, finance and insolvency matters as well as real estate transactional mandates, construction and development, including large-scale infrastructure and energy projects. Additionally, the team advises numerous sizeable corporate clients on an ongoing basis on issues such as general corporate, commercial and regulatory matters, real estate and employment law.
Recently, the office has been attracting a growing number of international and domestic corporate clients in the energy, food, technology and banking and insurance sectors. All lawyers speak English and German in addition to Hungarian.
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Gender equality in Hungarian workplaces
Gender equality in the workplace refers to the fair and equal treatment of individuals of different genders in all aspects of employment, including hiring, promotion, pay and job duties. Achieving gender equality is essential to creating a diverse, inclusive workplace that supports all employees.
HCA uses its powers to uncover roots of record-high food inflation
After the covid-19 pandemic, the EU economy is now being disrupted by the Russia-Ukraine conflict. The rising energy prices and disrupted supply chains have resulted in a further increase in inflation. According to the Hungarian Central Statistics Office, average inflation in Hungary was 24.5% in December 2022, the highest in the European Union. However, inflation of food products was even higher, reaching a staggering 44.8% year-on-year price increase by December 2022. This number is almost three times higher than the EU average.
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