The Law Office Katona & Partners Attorneys at Law has been established by means of a spin-off from a renowned Austrian law office in 2005. Successful cooperation of the partners of the law office dates back to the year 2000.
In the autumn of 2007 we have established our branch office in Nürnberg-Germany, offering our clients legal services on the spot.
We see ourselves as a so called ‘full service' law office and render legal advice to our clients with currently four lawyers in all fields of business law.
All our lawyers speak German, English and Hungarian at a business fluent level.
Our law office is a member of the German- Hungarian Chamber of Commerce. The founder of our office, Dr. Géza Katona is an arbiter of the Arbitration Court attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
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