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Boglarka Peszeki

Boglárka Peszeki

Associate

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP Magyarországi Fióktelepe
YBL Palace
Károlyi utca 12
1053 Budapest
Hungary
Languages Hungarian, English, German

Boglárka is an associate in the employment practice group of CMS Budapest. 

She joined the firm in February 2012 as a paralegal and graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University in 2014.

Boglárka has experience in dealing with a wide range of employment issues, including negotiating, drafting and terminating employment-related contracts and advising on different employment matters, including restructuring, collective redundancies, transfers of undertaking, drafting internal policies, and assisting with labour inspections.

She has been seconded to a major pharmaceutical company where she advises on general employment issues.

Boglárka has also gained experience in court litigations.

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Relevant experience

  • Budapest Marriott Hotels/The Ritz-Carlton Budapest on collective bargaining negotiations, employment contracts, compensation and benefits, different employment cases, temporary agency contracts, student contracts, redundancies and terminations for misconduct and support in conducting disciplinary matters.
  • Roche Services Europe on introducing e-signature arrangements, allocating employer’s rights, implementing various internal policies, local execution of global restructuring measures, and daily HR problems concerning employment relationships.
  • Johnson & Johnson on a full range of issues from termination cases, restructuring, advice relating to internal policies and compliance matters.
  • AMC Networks Central Europe on termination and restructuring processes, post-employment non-compete agreements and seconded employees.
  • UNYSIS on its operations in Hungary, including consultancy on general labour law issues, redundancy, policy changes, restructuring processes, termination of contracts, warnings due to misconduct, telework rules and on the review of employment incentives.
  • M-RTL on a high value high-profile employment litigation case.
  • Accenture on regular employment and disciplinary matters, establishment and termination of employment relationships, implementing global employment-related policies into the Hungarian labour law environment, and updating various labour law documentation.
  • The Hungarian entities of an American multinational information technology company with operations in over 170 countries on daily HR matters, including on labour policies, termination of employment, disciplinary and litigation support.
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Education

  • 2014 - Doctor of Law, Eötvös Loránd University, Hungary
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