Former Dechert Counsel Daniel Dozsa has joined recently-established Dispute Resolution boutique Queritius in Budapest.
According to Queritius, “Daniel Dozsa is dual-qualified in Hungary and in England and Wales. He has represented the Republic of Hungary in several investment treaty disputes and continues to work for MOL in its multi-billion Energy Charter Treaty dispute with Croatia. In addition, he has extensive experience in international commercial arbitration and EU competition and regulatory disputes.”
Dozsa holds a 2005 J.D. from the Eotvos Lorand University and a 2006 LL.M. from Leiden University. Prior to joining Queritius, he spent eight years with Weil, Gotshal & Manges in Budapest and Washington, D.C., and almost five years with Dechert in London.
“We are living through turbulent times, but leaving the relative comfort of BigLaw to join Veronika and Wojciech in building a highly competitive international disputes boutique law firm was an easy decision,” Dozsa said. “They have phenomenal experience and reputation in handling high stakes disputes and I’m thrilled to join forces with them to develop what we hope to be a leading international disputes practice in the region.”
"Daniel has impressive experience advising CEE clients in complex commercial and investment disputes with their Western European partners,” added Queritius Founding Partner Veronika Korom. “He is a strong addition to the Queritius team and is ideally placed to lead our Budapest office. Daniel’s arrival allows us to further strengthen our unique offering to our clients. We are truly excited to welcome Daniel on board.”