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Dr. Richard Schmidt LL.M

Dr. Richard Schmidt LL.M
Managing Partner

Dr. Richard Schmidt LL.M

Overview

Dr. Richard Schmidt is founding and managing partner of SMARTLEGAL Schmidt & Partners.

Richard focuses on commercial arbitration and litigation in international and domestic matters.

He acts as counsel and arbitrator in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, including under the ICC, UNCTIRAL, HKIAC rules and in front of the Hungarian Commercial Arbitration Court.

Richard has acted in complex legal disputes relating to among others, infrastructure, construction & engineering, real estate, M&A, shareholders’ agreements, finance, fin-tech, intellectual property, outsourcing, sale of goods, e-commerce.

Richard is enrolled as arbitrator at the Hungarian Commercial Arbitration Court and he is listed by the Vienna International Arbitration Court as arbitrator.

Besides dispute resolution, based on his significant expertise in construction & reals estate law, he regularly drafts and negotiates major industrial engineering contracts and advises clients on complex, high-volume construction projects, involving construction trusteeship.

Richard is Member of the Board of the Hungarian Arbitration Association (HAA) and of International Law Firms (ILF) a worldwide network of more than 70 independent law firms.

Richard is graduated from the Faculty of Law of Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Budapest, Hungary), acquired his LL.M degree in Belgium.

Believing that legal theory and practice are indivisible, besides supporting his Alma mater as guest university lecturer, Richard is author or co-author of several articles and books on international arbitration and litigation.

His professional languages are Hungarian, English, French and German.

Representative Matters

  • Representing Italian Client In Icc Arbitration

    International construction dispute

    Richard successfully represented our Italian Client from the oil & gas sector. The complex dispute regarding a Hungarian industrial plant was settled by arbitration in front of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce with the victory of our client.

  • Collecting Debt For Russian Manufacturer

    Supply contract dispute

    Richard represented a Russian manufacturer against a non-paying Hungarian company. The debtor, placed under legal pressure, finally paid the debt, so the Client could avoid arbitration.

  • Arbitration In Transportation Matter

    International transportation dispute

    Richard represented with success a market leader logistics service provider in an international transportation dispute, in front of the Hungarian Court of Arbitration. By winning such a complex case Richard clearly exceeded the client’s expectations.

  • Representing Uk Client In Litigation

    Lease contract dispute

    Richard represented a UK client in a commercial dispute involving the unlawful termination of a long-term lease agreement, and finally won the case in front a Supreme Court. The case was critical for the Client’s business in Hungary.

  • Arbitration Of Exclusive Transportation Contract

    Breach of exclusive forwarding contract

    Richard started arbitration on behalf of our client, whose exclusive forwarding contract was breached by the partner. The arbitration was successfully closed with a judgment in favour of our client.

  • Representing Swiss Client In Litigation

    Breach of loan agreement, collateral alienation

    Richard won the case in court for our Swiss Client, offering lending and asset management services against a Hungarian debtor who failed to pay back the loan and alienated the real estate being the security of the loan. Richard reached a final judgement in favour of the client within 1 year.

  • Representing Greek Landlord Against Hungarian Tenant

    Legal dispute from a lease agreement

    Richard represented our Greek Client against its Hungarian tenant. The tenant accumulated a significant debt during the recent years which he paid back within 6 months after Richard started legal procedures.

  • Representing Romanian Client In Cross-border Dispute

    Unlawful contract termination

    Richard represented a Romanian Client in an unlawful long-term contract termination case. Instead starting a never-ending court battle, he managed to settle the dispute with success through out-of-court negotiations.

  • International Machine Supply Contract

    Commercial Law

    Richard recently advised a domestic paper manufacturer on an international machine supply contract, involving negotiations with manufacturers and suppliers from various European countries. Due to this supply the client could consolidate its market-leader position.

  • FIDIC contract dispute, bank guarantee drawdown

    Abitration in construction matter

    Successful legal representation of a real estate investor in front of the Hungarian Court of Arbitration against the contractor building a warehouse, after drawing down bank guarantee due to lack of conformity.

Selected Publications

  • ICCA YEARBOOK COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION 2022 - VOLUME XLVII. – PART V – Hungarian Chapter (ICCA Publications 2023)

  • MORE THAN A FACELIFT? – NEW HUNGARIAN ARBITRATION RULES TAKE OFF IN 2023 (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 05/01/2023)

  • 60 YEARS OF THE NEW YORK CONVENTION IN HUNGARY – A FORMALISTIC YET PRO-ARBITRATION APPROACH (Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law 2022)

  • REMOTE ARBITRAL HEARINGS IN HUNGARY - The quest for the right to physical hearing under Hungarian law (Yearbook of the Hungarian Permanent Arbitration Court 2021-2022)

  • THE NEW YORK ARBITRATION CONVENTION -60 YEARS IN DOMESTIC PRACTICE (Yearbook of the Hungarian Permanent Arbitration Court 2021-2022) (In Hungarian)

  • BASIC ISSUES OF THE LAW GOVERNING CHOICE OF COURT AGREEMENTS IN EU LAW (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2022/09)

  • HUNGARY: ENFORCING ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS BY APPLYING FOREIGN LAW (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 07/02/2022)

  • DOUBLE OR QUITS – COMPETING ARBITRATION AND JURISDICTION AGREEMENTS (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2022/1) (In Hungarian)

  • HUNGARY: STEPS TOWARDS DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL PROCEDURAL PUBLIC POLICY (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 3 September 2021)

  • ICCA’s Guide to the Interpretation of the 1958 New York Convention (Co-translator of the book in Hungarian)

  • VARIATIONS ON A THEME – Asymmetric forum selection in international practice (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2021/1) (In Hungarian)

  • Does a Right to a Physical Hearing Exist in International Arbitration? National Report – Hungary (ICCA Projects 2021)

  • THAT OBSCURE OBJECT OF DESIRE - Asymmetric jurisdiction and arbitration agreements (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2020/11) (In Hungarian)

  • UNCITRAL Model Law on International Arbitration and Commentary – Hungarian translation

  • EROSION OF ARBITRAL KOMPETENZ-KOMPTENZ IN HUNGARY – Who pays the cost of legal insecurity? (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2020/5) (In Hungarian)

  • SETTING ASIDE ARBITRAL AWARDS IN THE LAST 25 YEARS IN HUNGARY – A PRO-ARBITRATION APPROACH WITH MINOR DERAILMENTS (Yearbook Of The Hungarian Permanent Arbitration Court 2019-2020)

  • SPOILED FOR CHOICE? – THE LAW GOVERNING ARBITRATION AGREEMENT IN HUNGARY IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE (Hungarian Law Review 2020/1) (In Hungarian)

  • ICCA YEARBOOK COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION 2019 - VOLUME XLIV. – PART V – Hungarian Chapter

  • IS LIQUIDATION PROCEDURE THE SWORD OF DAMOCLES? - The Hungarian construction trusteeship in front of the arbitral tribunal of ICC (Business And Law 2019/12) (In Hungarian)

  • Hungary: Setting Aside Arbitral Awards in the Last 25 Years – A Pro-Arbitration Approach with Minor Derailments (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 2020/01/26)

  • Hungary: The New York Convention In Court Practice In Two Decades - Formalistic Yet Pro-arbitration Approach? (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 2019/09/11)

  • UNHANDLED DATA PROCESSING? Basic data protection issues in arbitration proceedings after GDPR (European Law 2019/8) (In Hungarian)

  • LEAVING THE BETRODDEN WAY ... - Some Remarks about the retrial in Hungarian arbitration with international outlook (Procedural Law Review 2018/12) (In Hungarian)

Memberships

  • HCCI – Arbitrator listed by the Permanent Arbitration Court of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

  • HAA – Board Member of Hungarian Arbitration Association

  • ICCA – International Council for Commercial Arbitration

  • ASA – Swiss Arbitration Association

  • ECAM – European Centre of Arbitration and Mediation

  • ILF – Board Member of International Law Firms network

Dr. Anita Vereb

Dr. Anita Vereb
Attorney-at-law

Dr. Anita Vereb

Overview

Anita is reliable and precise attorney who is ideally placed to tackle complex cases which require a multi-faceted approach and diverse knowledge.

Besides her lawyer qualification, she is a certified Data Protection Officer.

She has a wide-range experience in handling bigger projects with several stakeholders, especially in the field of data protection and GDPR compliance.

Her aim is to help clients find the most suitable way through the legal jungle. She is known as an attorney who successfully assists foreign clients to overcome the difficulties that the fast-moving and often hardly transparent legal environment may cause.

When not solving legal problems, she writes great articles in the SMARTLEGAL Newsletter on various topics from data protection, through employment law, to commercial law.

In her free time, she plays puzzle games, engages in sporting activities and reads legal thrillers.

Representative Matters

  • Online Marketplace – Contract Regime And Data Protection

    Online marketplace

    Anita provided legal support for our Client in the establishment of an online marketplace which aims to bring together hunters and companies who offer hunting possibilities. The project included the development of the contractual system necessary for the operation of the online marketplace and to reach the GDPR-compliance of the webpage.

  • Covid-19 – labour law and data protection related questions

    Labour Law And Privacy Law Support Because Of The Covid-19 Pandemic

    Anita continuously supports our Clients, the Hungarian affiliates of an international company group in the solution of labour law and data protection law related problems which arise due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • M&A - Takeover By A Us Company

    International M&A

    Anita represented our Client in the project where our Client, a Hungarian LLC was taken over by a US company.

  • Representing Greek Client In Shareholder Restructuring

    Buying out minority shareholders

    Anita advised our Greek client in buying out minority shareholders from a Hungarian Private Limited Company. Creating a new shareholder structure was crucial for our Client to achieve its long-term business goals.

  • Negotiating Works Council Agreement

    Collective Employment Relations

    Anita drafted and negotiated a works council agreement on behalf of our foreign client, employing 800+ workers in his Hungarian factory. The conclusion of this agreement was of key importance in the collective labour relations of our client, and to secure the mid-term business goals.

  • Gdpr Compliance Of Mobile Device Repairer

    GDPR Compliance of mobile device repairer company

    Anita led the GDPR compliance project of our client, an IT devices repairer company. The project included the due diligence, the delivery of the full data protection related documents and the training of the employees.

  • Employee Handbook

    Employment Law

    Anita drafted and reviewed employee Handbooks and labour law related internal policies for our foreign clients. Besides harmonising the parent companies’ respective policies, Anita focused on the case law of Hungarian labour courts, so that the client has an internal regulation which really works in practice.

  • Gdpr Compliance Of Subsidiary Of Us Company

    GDPR Compliance of Hungarian subsidiary of US company

    Anita led the GDPR compliance project of our client, a trading company whose parent company is based in the US. A particular challenge of the project was the GDPR proof personal data transfer to the US which was solved by the registration of the parent company under the EU-US Privacy Shield.

  • GDPR Compliance of an education service provider

    Data Protection

    Anita advised in the GDPR compliance project of our client an education service provider. The key theme of the project was how to provide the sufficient data protection related information to the students in a user-friendly and easily accessible form.

  • Interconnection Agreement with a telecommunication company

    Information & Technology

    Anita recently advised a domestic telecommunication company and its foreign mother company on an interconnection agreement with a Hungarian operator who has significant market power.

  • Collective redundancy

    Employment Law

    Because of the change of the Client’s business model, Anita successfully coordinated and managed a collective redundancy by the Hungarian subsidiary of a foreign company without arising any further legal dispute.

  • Vienna Convention based purchase contract

    Representing Italian Client In Litigation

    Legal representation of a foreign producer company in connection with a complex, purchase price- and quality-related legal dispute arising from a Vienna Convention based purchase contract.

Dr. Péter Gritta

Dr. Péter Gritta
Attorney-at-law

Dr. Péter Gritta

Overview

About Péter

Peter joined the firm in 2018 and passed the bar exam in 2022. Peter is now involved in more complex legal cases and coordinates several projects. His main areas are labour law and international trade and he represented Clients with success in front of Hungarian courts and authorities in many other areas as well.

In addition to his law degree, Peter is a certified Data Protection Officer and has legal English language qualification.

In addition to legal counselling, he frequently contributes to the SMARTLEGAL Newsletter with his great writings.

Being an original thinker, his opinion always gives added value to the solution of our clients’ legal issues.

In his free time, he is interested mostly in culture and in music. He plays the piano and composes music since his childhood.

Representative Matters

  • Daily Support For Employers In Connection With 2000+ Employees

    Labour law counselling

    Peter regularly advises our clients on labour law issues, finding solutions to problems encountered by employers ranging from small businesses to factories employing 2000+ workers.

  • Representing Multinational Company In Labor Lawsuits

    Labor lawsuits

    Péter participated in the legal representation of our multinational clients in several labor lawsuits. Thanks to the effective defense, all lawsuits ended with a settlement favorable for our client.

  • Drafting IT/IP Contracts For Us And German Startups

    IT/IP law

    Péter helped IT startups in the legal protection of their IP and services with IT/IP-focused legal documents, be it GTC, business contracts, or employment contracts.

  • Launching The Headquarters Of A Ukrainian It Company In Hungary.

    IT/IP and Company law

    Péter helped a Ukrainian IT company employing 100+ IT professionals to launch a management and trading hub in accordance with EU and Hungarian law, which ensured smooth service to international customers.

  • Enforcement Of A Dubai Customer's Claim Within Short Time

    Debt Collection

    Peter successfully enforced the claim of a non-EU customer seated in Dubai. The legal procedure to recover purchase price ended within a year, with the full recovery of the claim.

  • Recovery Of Purchase Price To A Spanish Customer

    Cross-border litigation

    Peter successfully enforced in a litigation our client's right to reclaim the purchase price in connection with a failed international sale transaction. Peter's expertise in the CISG and other international laws contributed to the success of the proceedings.

  • Managing The Receivables Portfolio Of An Austrian Insurance Company.

    Debt collection

    Peter developed a strategy for the recovery of the receivables portfolio of our Austrian client, which proved to be successful in practice, a significant part of the claims has been recovered within a year.

  • Mass Debt Collection For A Hong Kong Client

    Litigation to recover claims

    Peter participated in the lawsuit where we successfully represented our Hong Kong based client against a well-known airline in recovering 500+ claims in one litigation. At the end, our client received 100% of the claim.

  • Representing Foreign Clients In Trademark Matters

    Intellectual property

    Peter has represented several clients in the registration of trademarks in Hungary and the European Union, helping to protect the companies’ intellectual property in Hungary and internationally.

Dr. Péter Korózs

Dr. Péter Korózs
Attorney-at-law

Dr. Péter Korózs

Overview

About Peter

Peter joined the firm in 2019 and passed the bar exam in 2023. He mainly focuses on commercial & corporate law, and on litigations.

Péter has often assisted foreign companies in entering the Hungarian market, including corporate law and drafting various commercial contracts.

Péter also represents clients in litigation, non-litigation procedures and other official proceedings.

He is author and co-author of many articles written on litigation, published on Lexology and CEE Legal Matters.

In his free time, he prefers riding the mountain bike, or reading classic and modern literature.

Representative Matters

  • Representing UK Insurer in Transportation Litigation

    Cross-Border Litigation

    Peter represented our Tier1 insurer client from the UK in a cross-border transportation litigation against a Hungarian forwarder company under the CMR Convention. Due to the great legal support of Peter the case has been closed with a court settlement within a half year.

  • Counselling Multinational Client In Plant Extension Project

    Counselling in construction law

    Peter participated in the real estate development project of our client, from the automotive industry, who decided to extend its Hungarian factory. In the project, which involved construction trusteeship, we advised the client from the design phase until the takeover of the new facility.

  • Enforcing A Claim For Polish Client

    Debt Collection

    Peter successfully enforced the claim of a Polish wholesaler from a non-paying Hungarian debtor based on an international sales contract. The legal procedure to recover purchase price ended within a half year, with the full recovery of the claim of the Polish client.

  • Advising Multinational Client In Cleanroom Construction

    Counselling in construction law

    Our client, a manufacturing company decided to build a cleanroom on a leased land. Peter advised the client through the whole project.

  • Loan Reclaim For Us Client

    Cross-Border Litigation

    Peter successfully enforced a claim of our US client against a third-country debtor arising from a loan transaction entered into in Hungary.

  • Capital Increase In A Dutch-owned Company By Debt Restructuring

    Company law

    Peter assisted in the equity settlement of our Dutch client's Hungarian subsidiary, through capital increase by restructuring inter-company debts in the group of companies of the client.

  • Assisting Czech Freight Forwarding Company In Market Entry

    Civil law, Company law

    Peter helped a Czech international freight forwarding company to establish a Hungarian branch office and in related matters.

  • Cross-border Company Formation For Us It Startup

    Company law

    Peter has assisted an IT startup based in the US in cross-border company formation, by setting up a Hungarian subsidiary.

  • Restructuring The Hungarian Subsidiaries Of A Dutch Client

    Civil law, Company law

    Peter advised a Dutch-owned group company on the restructuring of its Hungarian subsidiaries.

  • Representing Clients In Trademark Matters

    Intellectual property

    Peter has participated successfully in several national and European trademark registration procedures.

  • Corporate & Commercial

    Cross-border company formations

    Peter has assisted several foreign clients in cross-border company formation, by setting up Hungarian subsidiaries and advised them in related matters.

  • Corporate & Commercial

    Peter regularly advises our clients in corporate law matters, in every stage of the company life, from company formation through corporate amendments to termination of the company.

  • Debt Collection

    Peter manages successfully the whole debtor portfolio of our international client, having several debt collection cases in Hungary.

Dr. Ágnes Bartus

Dr. Ágnes Bartus
Junior Associate

Dr. Ágnes Bartus

Overview

About Ágnes

Agnes joined the firm in August 2021 after graduating from the Faculty of Law of ELTE.

As a trainee lawyer, she participates mainly by assisting the others in the preparation of the cases and in the development of legal summaries written about issues raised by clients.

She is mostly involved in labour law matters, but she also advises clients in the field of commercial & corporate law or represent clients in front of courts.

Agnes regularly writes articles in SMARTLEGAL Newsletters, mainly in connection with labour law topics.

Agnes, like many members of the firm, has been playing the piano since childhood, and she prefers to travel in her free time.

Representative Matters

  • Advising In All Areas Of Employment Law

    Employment law advising

    Agnes regularly advises our clients on employment law issues, finding solutions to problems encountered by employers ranging from small businesses to factories employing 800+ workers.

  • Asssisting Corporate Governance Of Dutch-owned Company

    Corporate governance

    Agnes advises our Dutch client in corporate governance matters in relation with the Hungarian subsidiaries of the client, including the representation of client in front of the company court.

  • Assisting French Company In Market Entry

    Cross-border Company Formation

    Agnes has assisted our client a French individual in establishing his limited liability company in Hungary, which provides payroll services to multinational companies.

  • Company Formation For German It Startup

    Cross-Border Company Formation

    Agnes has assisted a Germany-based IT company in cross-border company formation, by setting up a Hungarian subsidiary, which plays a key role in software development of the company group.

  • Employment Law

    Agnes regularly advises our clients on labour law issues, finding solutions to problems encountered by employers ranging from small businesses to factories employing 800+ workers.

  • Debt Collection

    Agnes manages successfully the whole debtor portfolio of our international client, having several debt collection cases in Hungary.

  • Corporate & Commercial

    Agnes regularly advises our clients in corporate law matters, in every stage of the company life, from company formation through corporate amendments to termination of the company.

Karina Mihály

Karina Mihály
Legal Assistant

Karina Mihály

Overview

About Karina

Karina has joined our firm in 2019, she is currently studying law at Catholic University of Pázmány Péter.

Besides her administrative and preparing tasks, she helps for the associates and lawyers regularly in debt collection, litigation, and company law cases.

Watching movies, going to the cinema, and reading are her favourite activities in her free time.

Dr. Richard Schmidt LL.M

Overview

Dr. Richard Schmidt is founding and managing partner of SMARTLEGAL Schmidt & Partners.

Richard focuses on commercial arbitration and litigation in international and domestic matters.

He acts as counsel and arbitrator in ad hoc and institutional arbitrations, including under the ICC, UNCTIRAL, HKIAC rules and in front of the Hungarian Commercial Arbitration Court.

Richard has acted in complex legal disputes relating to among others, infrastructure, construction & engineering, real estate, M&A, shareholders’ agreements, finance, fin-tech, intellectual property, outsourcing, sale of goods, e-commerce.

Richard is enrolled as arbitrator at the Hungarian Commercial Arbitration Court and he is listed by the Vienna International Arbitration Court as arbitrator.

Besides dispute resolution, based on his significant expertise in construction & reals estate law, he regularly drafts and negotiates major industrial engineering contracts and advises clients on complex, high-volume construction projects, involving construction trusteeship.

Richard is Member of the Board of the Hungarian Arbitration Association (HAA) and of International Law Firms (ILF) a worldwide network of more than 70 independent law firms.

Richard is graduated from the Faculty of Law of Pázmány Péter Catholic University (Budapest, Hungary), acquired his LL.M degree in Belgium.

Believing that legal theory and practice are indivisible, besides supporting his Alma mater as guest university lecturer, Richard is author or co-author of several articles and books on international arbitration and litigation.

His professional languages are Hungarian, English, French and German.

Representative Matters

  • Representing Italian Client In Icc Arbitration

    International construction dispute

    Richard successfully represented our Italian Client from the oil & gas sector. The complex dispute regarding a Hungarian industrial plant was settled by arbitration in front of the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce with the victory of our client.

  • Collecting Debt For Russian Manufacturer

    Supply contract dispute

    Richard represented a Russian manufacturer against a non-paying Hungarian company. The debtor, placed under legal pressure, finally paid the debt, so the Client could avoid arbitration.

  • Arbitration In Transportation Matter

    International transportation dispute

    Richard represented with success a market leader logistics service provider in an international transportation dispute, in front of the Hungarian Court of Arbitration. By winning such a complex case Richard clearly exceeded the client’s expectations.

  • Representing Uk Client In Litigation

    Lease contract dispute

    Richard represented a UK client in a commercial dispute involving the unlawful termination of a long-term lease agreement, and finally won the case in front a Supreme Court. The case was critical for the Client’s business in Hungary.

  • Arbitration Of Exclusive Transportation Contract

    Breach of exclusive forwarding contract

    Richard started arbitration on behalf of our client, whose exclusive forwarding contract was breached by the partner. The arbitration was successfully closed with a judgment in favour of our client.

  • Representing Swiss Client In Litigation

    Breach of loan agreement, collateral alienation

    Richard won the case in court for our Swiss Client, offering lending and asset management services against a Hungarian debtor who failed to pay back the loan and alienated the real estate being the security of the loan. Richard reached a final judgement in favour of the client within 1 year.

  • Representing Greek Landlord Against Hungarian Tenant

    Legal dispute from a lease agreement

    Richard represented our Greek Client against its Hungarian tenant. The tenant accumulated a significant debt during the recent years which he paid back within 6 months after Richard started legal procedures.

  • Representing Romanian Client In Cross-border Dispute

    Unlawful contract termination

    Richard represented a Romanian Client in an unlawful long-term contract termination case. Instead starting a never-ending court battle, he managed to settle the dispute with success through out-of-court negotiations.

  • International Machine Supply Contract

    Commercial Law

    Richard recently advised a domestic paper manufacturer on an international machine supply contract, involving negotiations with manufacturers and suppliers from various European countries. Due to this supply the client could consolidate its market-leader position.

  • FIDIC contract dispute, bank guarantee drawdown

    Abitration in construction matter

    Successful legal representation of a real estate investor in front of the Hungarian Court of Arbitration against the contractor building a warehouse, after drawing down bank guarantee due to lack of conformity.

Selected Publications

  • ICCA YEARBOOK COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION 2022 - VOLUME XLVII. – PART V – Hungarian Chapter (ICCA Publications 2023)

  • MORE THAN A FACELIFT? – NEW HUNGARIAN ARBITRATION RULES TAKE OFF IN 2023 (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 05/01/2023)

  • 60 YEARS OF THE NEW YORK CONVENTION IN HUNGARY – A FORMALISTIC YET PRO-ARBITRATION APPROACH (Hungarian Yearbook of International and European Law 2022)

  • REMOTE ARBITRAL HEARINGS IN HUNGARY - The quest for the right to physical hearing under Hungarian law (Yearbook of the Hungarian Permanent Arbitration Court 2021-2022)

  • THE NEW YORK ARBITRATION CONVENTION -60 YEARS IN DOMESTIC PRACTICE (Yearbook of the Hungarian Permanent Arbitration Court 2021-2022) (In Hungarian)

  • BASIC ISSUES OF THE LAW GOVERNING CHOICE OF COURT AGREEMENTS IN EU LAW (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2022/09)

  • HUNGARY: ENFORCING ARBITRATION AGREEMENTS BY APPLYING FOREIGN LAW (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 07/02/2022)

  • DOUBLE OR QUITS – COMPETING ARBITRATION AND JURISDICTION AGREEMENTS (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2022/1) (In Hungarian)

  • HUNGARY: STEPS TOWARDS DIFFERENTIATING BETWEEN DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL PROCEDURAL PUBLIC POLICY (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 3 September 2021)

  • ICCA’s Guide to the Interpretation of the 1958 New York Convention (Co-translator of the book in Hungarian)

  • VARIATIONS ON A THEME – Asymmetric forum selection in international practice (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2021/1) (In Hungarian)

  • Does a Right to a Physical Hearing Exist in International Arbitration? National Report – Hungary (ICCA Projects 2021)

  • THAT OBSCURE OBJECT OF DESIRE - Asymmetric jurisdiction and arbitration agreements (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2020/11) (In Hungarian)

  • UNCITRAL Model Law on International Arbitration and Commentary – Hungarian translation

  • EROSION OF ARBITRAL KOMPETENZ-KOMPTENZ IN HUNGARY – Who pays the cost of legal insecurity? (Jurisprudential Bulletin 2020/5) (In Hungarian)

  • SETTING ASIDE ARBITRAL AWARDS IN THE LAST 25 YEARS IN HUNGARY – A PRO-ARBITRATION APPROACH WITH MINOR DERAILMENTS (Yearbook Of The Hungarian Permanent Arbitration Court 2019-2020)

  • SPOILED FOR CHOICE? – THE LAW GOVERNING ARBITRATION AGREEMENT IN HUNGARY IN INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVE (Hungarian Law Review 2020/1) (In Hungarian)

  • ICCA YEARBOOK COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION 2019 - VOLUME XLIV. – PART V – Hungarian Chapter

  • IS LIQUIDATION PROCEDURE THE SWORD OF DAMOCLES? - The Hungarian construction trusteeship in front of the arbitral tribunal of ICC (Business And Law 2019/12) (In Hungarian)

  • Hungary: Setting Aside Arbitral Awards in the Last 25 Years – A Pro-Arbitration Approach with Minor Derailments (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 2020/01/26)

  • Hungary: The New York Convention In Court Practice In Two Decades - Formalistic Yet Pro-arbitration Approach? (Kluwer Arbitration Blog 2019/09/11)

  • UNHANDLED DATA PROCESSING? Basic data protection issues in arbitration proceedings after GDPR (European Law 2019/8) (In Hungarian)

  • LEAVING THE BETRODDEN WAY ... - Some Remarks about the retrial in Hungarian arbitration with international outlook (Procedural Law Review 2018/12) (In Hungarian)

Memberships

  • HCCI – Arbitrator listed by the Permanent Arbitration Court of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

  • HAA – Board Member of Hungarian Arbitration Association

  • ICCA – International Council for Commercial Arbitration

  • ASA – Swiss Arbitration Association

  • ECAM – European Centre of Arbitration and Mediation

  • ILF – Board Member of International Law Firms network