György Wellmann and Bence Molnár Sz. to further drive the firm's organic growth efforts
Szecskay Attorneys at Law is pleased to announce that György Wellmann, who will lead the Public Procurement Practice, and Bence Molnár Sz., who will continue to expand the firm’s corporate and digital form practice, have been promoted to the firm’s partnership effective 1 January, 2021.
György Wellmann will head the provision of legal services to domestic and foreign clients in Public Procurement proceedings and in the enforcement of related claims. At the same time, he will continue to play a key role in the firm’s Dispute Resolution team. Szecskay Attorneys at Law already has extensive experience in the convergence of these two legal areas, often representing tenderers and bidders in public procurement dispute resolution proceedings. György Wellmann will continue building the firm’s leading position in this niche area.
Bence Molnár Sz. will lead the firm’s Legal Technology and Digital Commercial Form activities in order to further drive digitalization in the firm's commercial contracting practice. Among others, he already cooperates with professional associations in articulating the expectations of the business community for legislative purposes to easy digital identification and digital contracting in Hungary.
Besides his corporate responsibilities, he will continue to coordinate the merger cases in strong support of the firm’s Competition Law practice group, as well as playing a key role in the M&A team. Additionally, he has a lead role in developing the firm’s Private Client practice in landmark inheritance and trust cases.
“Bence Molnár and György Wellmann are extremely capable and highly regarded members of our firm. They are particularly known for delivering focused legal advice,” says András Szecskay, founder and managing partner at Szecskay Attorneys at Law. “Professional excellence delivered with a human touch is something that makes our firm unique, it is something that both of our new partners deliver within our highly digitalized framework.”