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Szecskay Attorneys at Law

Orsolya Gorgenyi

Orsolya Gorgenyi

Partner

Expertise

  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Arbitration / Mediation
  • Capital Markets
  • Corporate & M&A

WSG Practice Industries

Activity

WSG Leadership

IBA Group
Member
Mergers & Acquisitions Group
Member
Trade and Investment Group
Member
Profile
Dr. Orsolya Gorgenyi is a Hungarian attorney admitted to the Budapest Bar. She received her JD, summa cum laude, from Eotvos Lorand Faculty of State and Legal Science in 1998. She studied for one year in the United States as the recipient of a Soros Scholarship. She completed postgraduate business consulting and supervision studies at the International Business School in co-operation with Oxford Brookes University in 2005. She is the author of a number of articles, has spoken at various seminars and is a member or holds a position in several Hungarian and international professional organizations (First Vice President of AIJA, International Association of Young Lawyers, member of ABA SIL and UIA). Orsolya specializes in M&A, corporate, tax and employment law, and is active in business mediation utilizing the innovative techniques of supervision.

Bar Admissions

Budapest Bar.

Education

Eotvos Lorand Faculty of State and Legal Sciences;
International Business School in co-operation with Oxford Brookes University.
Areas of Practice

Alternative Dispute Resolution | Arbitration / Mediation | Capital Markets | Corporate & M&A | Corporate and Business | Employment and Labor | Joint Ventures | Labor Law | Mergers & Acquisitions | Privatization | Unfair Competition | Venture Capital

Professional Career

Professional Associations

  • American Bar Association
  • Union Internationale des Avocats
    AIJA

President of AIJA, International Association of Young Lawyers (age limit 45).

Articles

Summary of the Introduction of the 24-Month Working Time Frame for Employers & Summary of Governmental R+D Employee Subsidy In Connection with COVID-19 In Hungary
Szecskay Attorneys at Law, April 2020

On the 10thof April, 2020, the Government of Hungary as part of its long-awaited Economic Protection Action Plan (the “Plan”) introduced by Government Decree 104/2020 the possibility for employers to introduce a 24-month working time frame. According to Government Decree 104/2020, during the state of emergency the Labor Code shall apply with the exception that the employer may order a working time frame for a maximum of twenty-four months...

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