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Klaudia Szekely

Klaudia Székely


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

Klaudia Székely is associate at the CMS Budapest Commercial Group and member of the CMS Public Procurement Practice Group.

She specialises in public procurement law and general commercial matters. She mostly assists clients in the field of lifesciences, however, she is also experienced in procurement of goods, services and works in other areas as well, including e.g. IT and waste management services. She regularly participates in public procurement related litigations as well.

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Relevant experience

  • Various major lifesciences companies in relation to day-to-day general commercial law advice, public procurement law related advice, public procurement related litigation.
  • Major lifesciences company secondment for day-to-day legal advice, public procurement related advice, public procurement related litigation.
  • Major telecommunications company in relation to public procurement litigation.
  • Major waste management companies in relation to public procurement law advice and various general commercial contracts.
  • Major IT solutions providers in relation to public procurement law advice.
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2014 – Jurist, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest
2012 – International relations expert, Corvinus University, Budapest

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