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Hungary

Schoenherr Hungary was established in 2008 when a well-established team of experienced legal professionals, now led by Dániel Gera, 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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Váci út 76.
H-1133 Budapest
T: +36 1 870 07 00
F: +36 1 870 07 01
office.hungary@schoenherr.eu

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Hungary aligns crypto-asset regulation with EU rules and enhances consumer protection

Good news for cryptocurrency investors: Hungary has adopted a new law on the market for crypto-assets. The new law aligns the national legal framework with the European Union's regulations and ensures consumer protection, financial stability and innovation in this emerging sector. The new law, which was adopted by the parliament on 10 April 2024, covers the issuance, offering and trading of crypto-assets, as well as the supervision and sanctions of crypto-asset service providers.

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02 April 2024

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Hungary: Amendments to grid capacity allocation rules may signal last chapter of solar power gold rush

Only a few years ago, the Hungarian National Energy Strategy set the then ambitious target of reaching 6 GW of solar power capacity by 2030. By early 2024, that target had already been achieved, as the gross capacity of PV installations doubled within only two years. The new target for 2030 is now set at 12 GW, and there is little doubt that it will be easily reached.

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Dániel Gera

Office Managing Partner


Office Managing Partner
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hungary

Váci út 76.
H-1133 Budapest
T: +36 1 870 07 00
F: +36 1 870 07 01
office.hungary@schoenherr.eu


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