The firm expands its international coverage
Our firm has recently joined two international legal networks.
Our office has recently become a member of the US-based, International Legal Network (ILN) (www.ilntoday.com). The New Jersey-based legal alliance’s was established in 1988 with the aim to build a worldwide network of co-operating, middle-sized commercial law firms. By now, ILN has almost 100 member firms and 5,000 lawyers worldwide. Beside America, ILN is present Asia, Middle-East and Europe (in 19 countries) and the activity of its members covers all area of commercial law. Alan Griffith, Executive Director of ILN has commented the accession of Jalsovszky Law Firm: “We're thrilled to have Jalsovszky joining the ILN as our member firm in Hungary. The firm has an unmatched reputation for excellence and client service, and their lawyers are recognized leaders in their fields. With the addition of Jalsovszky, we are expanding the knowledge and experience available to our member firms and their clients."
In addition to ILN, our office has just joined the network of Law&Numbers, a community of dynamic, medium-sized law firms focusing on taxation (www.law-and-numbers.de). Although Law&Numbers is present in 10 countries only, due to its special tax focus it will play an important role in the professional activity of our office.
By joining the above networks, our law firm has entered into a new phase of its development and became an internationally acknowledged firm. This will provide several advantages to our clients, too. In the future, in multi-jurisdictional matters we will be able to rely on foreign law firms which can provide the same quality advice as we do. Further, through our membership in the networks we may access to a continuously updated knowledge database, which we can exploit in our day-to-day advisory.
The firm strenghtened its tax advisory practice by hiring two new professionals.
As of January 2016, the firm is expanding its services
Our firm's commitment to the CEE region is reflected in the fact that we now publish articles and news on the CEE Legal Matters website. Our aim is to inform legal counsels working in the region about changes in the law that may have a bearing on doing business in and with Hungary.
If you’re interested in the news articles we post on the site, you can access them here.
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