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As market leaders in M&A, real estate and competition law, we advise clients on some of the most significant transactions in Central and Eastern Europe. Our accomplishments include representing Germany's Stratec Biomedical in its acquisition of Budapest-based hematology systems specialist Diatron, and advising a US-based global real estate investment group on its acquisition of a shopping mall and office buildings in Budapest — the largest commercial real estate transaction in Hungary since the global financial crisis.
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Local expertise, global perspective
As one of the few international law firms in Hungary with a dedicated Public Procurement team, we help foreign multinationals comply with Hungarian public tender requirements. Our Dispute Resolution lawyers also represent major Hungarian and international retailers in disputes before courts and commercial arbitration forums.
Our Intern Program provides you with a genuine insight into life at Baker McKenzie. We aim to help students transition from university to legal practice by working closely with our partners and associates. We also provide our interns with diverse and challenging legal work.
The ideal candidate should be studying Hungarian Law, able to speak English at a high level and eager to try himself/herself in a multinational environment. Our key Practice Groups in Budapest are the following:
- Antitrust & Competition
- Banking & Finance
- Corporate (including Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity and Capital Markets)
- Commercial Real Estate
- Dispute Resolution & Litigation
- Intellectual Property
- IT & Communications
- Pharmaceutical & Healthcare
- Public Procurement
For more information or if you are interested in any of these positions, please send your CV and cover letter via email to Judit Kertesz.
We leverage our local expertise and international network to make a difference in the community. Our pro bono clients include the Hungarian State Opera House, the largest opera house in the country, and the Hungarian Food Bank Association, which redistributes surplus food to help reduce poverty and malnutrition.