According to sources, Lajos Wallacher is "knowledgeable" and a "capable practitioner." He advises on antitrust compliance and dawn raids, and represents clients before the Hungarian Competition Authority in allegations of unfair market practices.
Lajos Wallacher is a member of the Competition & Antitrust and Dispute Resolution teams in our Budapest office. Lajos specialises in EU competition and trade law involving merger control, cartels, abuse of dominance and unfair competition rules. He has comprehensive experience in unfair commercial practices, advertising law and EU law, while his litigation practice focuses on commercial and antitrust cases. Prior to joining Wolf Theiss, he gained valuable experience working as a senior attorney at a US-based full service global law firm. Furthermore, Lajos served as the vice president of the Hungarian Competition Authority (GVH) and worked in the EU law department for the Ministry of Justice and Law, where he contributed to the preparation of the new code of civil procedure. He is an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration attached to the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Lajos is an associate professor at University of Pécs and due to his extensive knowledge he lectures on various legal topics at different universities. Moreover, he is the author of several articles on a wide variety of legal matters. Lajos has been recommended several times by Legal 500 Europe and Chambers Europe.
EducationUniversity of Groningen, 1995
University of Miskolc, Hungary, (J.D.), 1991