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Former EY Law Attorney Laszlo Krupl Becomes Head of Real Estate at Schoenherr Budapest

Former EY Law Attorney Laszlo Krupl Becomes Head of Real Estate at Schoenherr Budapest

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Former EY Law Attorney Laszlo Krupl has joined Schoenherr Budapest as Head of Real Estate.

According to Schoenherr, Krupl specializes in real estate transactions and "regularly supports clients in greenfield investments into Hungary, from the location selection, through the due diligence process, land acquisition, and construction phase."

Krupl graduated from ELTE Law School in Budapest and undertook LL.M studies at the Georg-August University in Gottingen. He spent three years at EY Law, after spending three at Cerha Hempel, both in Budapest. He was also a trainee with Cerha Hempel for nine months in 2010 and for three years, from 2010-2013, with CMS.

"Expanding our real estate team with a designated head with international expertise is the next step in the process of further strengthening our Hungarian practice," said Michael Lagler, Managing Partner of Schoenherr. "We are excited to have Laszlo on board."

Schoenherr at a Glance

Schoenherr is a leading full-service law firm providing local and international companies stellar advice that is straight to the point. With 15 offices and 4 country desks Schoenherr has a firm footprint in Central and Eastern Europe. Our lawyers are recognised leaders in their specialised areas and have a track record of getting deals done with a can-do, solution-oriented approach. Quality, flexibility, innovation and practical problem-solving in complex commercial mandates are at the core of our philosophy.

Firm's website: www.schoenherr.eu