Gárdos Füredi Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is an independent Hungarian firm that provides high standard, personalised legal services. We aim to contribute effectively to the prevention and management of legal risks of our clients.
We specialise in banking law, capital market and securities law, and insurance law. In addition, we have considerable experience in the field of corporate law, competition law, labour law and government contracts. Representation of our clients in judicial and extrajudicial dispute resolution processes also plays an important role in our practice.
We have long established working relationships with some of the major international law firms which do not have permanent presence in Hungary. Our firm is member of Advoc international network, and we were members of the Employment Law Alliance for almost 10 years. Through these co-operations we provide effective assistance in foreign legal matters as well. At the same time we also benefit from the requests for legal assistance of Advoc and ELA members from other countries.
Most of our lawyers have studied or worked abroad, in Western Europe or in the United States. Their experiences help us to have a better understanding of the expectations and professional approach of our foreign clients.
As evidence of our professional recognition, many of our associates regularly publish articles, write books, and lecture at various professional events and educational institutions. We are members of several important social and professional organizations.
Gárdos Füredi Mosonyi Tomori Law Office is registered with the Budapest Bar Association under No. 0602. Legislation and regulations on attorneys together with the information on client’s rights is available at the Hungarian Bar Association.
As important players of the legal services market with outstanding expertise in the area of banking, securities and insurance law, our aim is to assist our clients in achieving their goals by providing high quality service with scrupulous attention to the professional and ethical requirements.