Katalin PRÉDA


Graduated cum laude in 1997 from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences of the Pécs University of Sciences. After working as an associate and taking the bar exams in 2000, she became an attorney-at- law and later a partner in the law firm of Moldovan, Marosi & Partner. After the departure of one of the founders Ms Preda became the managing partner of the firm from 2005 until early 2016 when she left to found the PREDA Law Firm. From 2000, Ms. Préda has acted as an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration of the Council of Internet Providers, and she has been served as an arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration of the Money and Capital Market between 2002 and 2017 and at the Court of Arbitration of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry from 2018. She is a qualified mediator, listed in the Ministry of Justice’s register of mediators since 2006. In 2003, the Pécs University of Sciences awarded her a Master’s degree in European Law. In 2006, Ms. Préda took part in a postgraduate training in Germany as a scholar with the support of the German Federal Bar Association and subsequently interned at a German law firm. Ms. Préda maintains memberships and executive positions in multiple international organisations and has a wide range of European professional relationships. Her major fields of practice are data protection, labour law, IT-law issues, business contract law and international private law. Besides litigations, she is also engaged in alternative dispute resolution cases. She speaks English, German and Hungarian



Our partners have got experience dating back several years in answering various questions of corporate and commercial law. They provide comprehensive and individualised legal services to our company and private individual clients, regarding their Hungarian, and cross-border legal affairs as well. Besides their consulting and document drafting activities, they have a wide experience in disputed and out of court proceedings, in ordinary and arbitration proceedings, and in the field of public administration.

Eszter Kovács


Graduated in 2006 from the Eötvös Lóránd Science University Faculty of Political and Legal Sciences. Following the completion of her studies she first gained professional experience in the public administration (National Tax and Customs Authority, second instance Metropolitan Land Register Office), afterwards she joined Marosi, Préda and Partners Law Firm in 2011, whereas in 2012 she established her own law firm. In 2009 she earned a Real Estate Professional Lawyer degree from the Eötvös Lóránd Science University Faculty of Political and Legal Sciences. Currently she works as an of counsel for Préda Law Firm.
Her main professional areas include: real estate law, labor law, business contracts, construction law, corporate law, insolvency and liquidation, family law, representation in civil organization procedures, litigation.


Viktória Csönge

She graduated from the Eötvös Lóránd University of Sciences Faculty of Law and Political Sciences in Győr in 2007. Following her graduation, she gained professional experience in a law firm handling real estate and public administration law matters, afterwards in a law firm handling a wide range of civil law matters. Currently she is an independent attorney-at-law and a co-operating partner of Préda Law Firm.
Her main fields of expertise: real estate, agriculture, labor, contracts, corporate, enforcement, insolvency, representation in civil organization proceedings, as well as in litigious and non-litigious proceedings.”


Ferenc Csenterics

In 1997 he graduated cum laude from the Janus Pannonius University Faculty of Law. He then joined his father’s law firm, then the law firm of Moldovan, Marosi and Partners. In 2000 he passed the bar exam with considerable success. Between 2002 and 2006 he was a partner at Kapusi and Partners Law Firm and founded Csenterics Law Firm in 2006. He graduated from the University of Pécs in 2003 with a degree in European Law and in 2011 with a degree in Wine Law from the University of Pécs and the University of Bordeaux, France. Appointed by the Minister of Justice in 2013 as a member of the Legal Examination Committee, he has been regularly conducting exams in economic and civil law. He speaks English besides Hungarian. He specializes in economic criminal law, litigation, company law and real estate affairs.