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Employment

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What the team is known for

The Dentons employment team often collaborates closely with the firm's M&A department to advise on the employment aspects of corporate transactions, including employee transfers. It also assists clients with contractual matters and immigration issues. Additionally the law firm has experience acting on disciplinary proceedings, whistle-blowing matters and terminations.

Work highlights

Advised Fudan University on the employment aspects of establishing a campus in Budapest, including assisting with immigration issues and hiring new staff.

Notable practitioners

Anita Horváth is a key contact at the firm.

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Overview

Our Employment team provides legal advice on the full range of employment issues helping our clients meet the challenges presented by frequent changes in complex laws and regulations governing employment and workplace conduct.

The Budapest office is experienced in a broad range of contentious and non-contentious issues involving both individual and collective relations. We regularly advise clients on the preparation, negotiation and termination of employment agreements, employee benefits and compensation, outsourcing, large-scale dismissals, the execution of collective bargaining agreements and labor litigation matters. In addition, we are particularly skilled in advising on cross-border reorganizations.

Our team also advises on the labor law aspects of transactions, supports the reorganization of workforces following mergers, provides post-acquisition advice (which typically involves the setting up of executive compensation and bonus structures for management), and advises in respect of the clients’ negotiations relating to the transfer of

employees, notification of employees and the termination of employment. In the course of due diligence, we typically review the labor contracts of key executives and the standard form employment contracts for regular employees, and we advise clients on the status of employees, as well as on collective bargaining agreements.

Members

Horváth, Anita (Head of Department)

Industries

Automobiles & Parts

Banks

Charities / Not for Profit

Energy

Financial Services

Food & Drink Producers

Forestry & Paper

Health Care

Pharmaceuticals & Life Sciences

Private Clients / Individuals

Real Estate

Retail

Software & Computer Services

Telecommunications

Transportation

Travel & Leisure

Utilities

Employment

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Location

Andrássy út 11.

Budapest

Budapest, Capital City

Hungary

H-1061

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