Dr. Sobor Law Office


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Dr. Sobor Law Office

Our office offers a wide range of legal services for small and big companies, relying on our national and international experience.  Our aim is to help our clients with accurate and straightforward advice, and represent them in court in order to resolve legal problems falling within their sphere of activity. We firmly believe that even in law, prevention is better than cure. Investing time and money in thorough preparation of contracts , making proper guarantees and identifying possible legal risks help our clients avoid costly, uncertain and long lawsuits. .

    Dr. Sobor Dávid

     Dr. David Sobor was admitted to the Budapest Bar in 2011. His main practice areas are corporate and commercial law, competition law and real estate law. He graduated from Pázmány Péter Catholic University and Jean Moulin Lyon III University.

    After his traineeship at the Gide Loyrette Nouel Law Office, he continued his specialization in business law at other noted law firms in Budapest. He collaborated in the founding of an important financial services company, in the legal audit (due diligence) and the acquisition of a major food industry operator by a French multinational business. He represented several clients in merger control procedures before the Hungarian Competition Authority, including a large Central European player of the chemical industry, different Hungarian construction companies and an investment firm listed on the stock-market.  He drafted sale and purchase agreements, agency agreements, lease agreements, distribution contracts, trademark license agreements for international companies, and also offered advice on the development of legal business practices.

    He is proud that he won a significant case before the Court of Justice of the European Union, where the judgment of the Court was considered as a precedent in the domain of tax-free exports. Currently he represents several parties before the General Court in Luxemburg and places great emphasis on exploring the EU law aspects in each case. In addition, he teaches commercial law and corporate law at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University, where he also does his PhD studies, under the co-leadershipof the Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II.