Gyõzõ Pintér

University of East Anglia, ICF International (London)
Consultant

Győző Pintér has been Consultant at ICF International London since 2014. Prior to that, he was a PhD student at Centre for Competition Policy (CCP) at University of East Anglia. His research focuses on electricity and telecommunication regulation. Győző graduated from Pázmány Péter Catholic University - Faculty of Law and Political Sciences in 2009, then in 2009-2010 he did his LLM studies in Competition Law at University of East Anglia. Győző is also a founding member of Competition Law Research Centre. He worked at the competition team of Martonyi és Kajtár Baker & McKenzie and Oppenheim Attorneys at Law (ex Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer). He speaks Hungarian, English and basic French.

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Articles

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Balázs Dominek, Gyõzõ Pintér The Budapest Court of Appeal notably reduces the fines in the “Egg cartel” case (Magyar Tojóhibrid-tenyésztõk és Tojástermelõk Szövetsége)

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The Budapest Court of Appeal upheld, in its second instance judgement, the verdict of the Metropolitan Court of Budapest in the “Egg Cartel” case concerning an infringement decision. The court decreased the fines of the undertakings involved and the Alliance of Hungarian Henhybrid-breeders and (...)

Balázs Dominek, Gyõzõ Pintér The Budapest Court of Appeal upholds the NCA decision against the book resale price maintenance system (Association of Hungarian Book Publishers and Distributors)

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The Association of Hungarian Book Publishers and Distributors (hereinafter the “Association”) has 144 members. The members are both publishers and booksellers. The Association adopts the so called Competition Regulation and defines the frameworks of the competition rules of the industry. The (...)

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