CHSH Dezso & Partners has advised Domper Kft. and Subterra a.s. in an investigation launched by the Hungarian Competition Authority concerning an an alleged restrictive agreements involving the construction of Hungary's M4 motorway.
According to CHSH, "the HCA suspected that the tenderers acted in concert during the relevant public procurement procedure in order to restrict competition." The firm reported that "the HCA had to accept [Domper and Subterra's] arguments and conceded that its suspicion was completely unfounded."
“We are pleased that we had the opportunity to assist our clients in the construction industry in the M4 cartel case. It is very important for us that we successfully assisted our clients, who won their contracts in a fair competition, in clearing themselves of the charges brought against them” said Tamas Polauf, Co-Managing Partner of CHSH Dezso & Partners, who led the firm's team on the matter, supported by Senior Attorney Marton Kocsis and Associate Zoltan Kolodzey.