2nd December 2016
MSI's Hungarian law member firm Dessewffy & David and Partners Law Office is delighted to announce that managing partner Dr. Dessewffy Alice has been named one of the 100 best attorneys in Hungary.
After the survey of the 100 best Hungarian medical practitioners, the list of 100 best Hungarian attorneys-at-law has been published of which Dr. Dessewffy Alice is included. One of the leading financial and business magazines of Hungary, the HASZON Magazine, listed 100 attorneys recognised as outstanding professionals by their colleagues. Based on the recommendation of persons being familiar with legal issues and attorneys, after short-listing according to professional aspects, the magazine gathered the 100 best professionals out of more than 12 thousand active Hungarian attorneys. The magazine presents the professional experience, success and work philosophy of these 100 attorneys.
Besides being one of the most renowned real estate law professional in Hungary, the magazine notes that Dessewffy & David and Partners Law Office puts strong emphasis on renewable energy law and the law of EU and national funds, the legal services regarding the EU and national funds law being provided in cooperation with a partner, a consortium specialised in preparation and process management of EU tenders.
In addition to those highlighted by the magazine the law office provides its services, among others, also in the field of financial and tax law.
Founded in 1991, Dessewffy & Dávid and Partners Law Office is specializing in real estate development and project finance, financial and bank law, tax law, and corporate law.
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