Christopher Noblet

Christopher Noblet

Associated Partner

Email [email protected]​

Phone +36 1 505 4480

Fax +36 1 505 4485

LanguagesEnglish, Hungarian

'Christopher Noblet is the name to note.'

Legal500 2013

With over 20 years' experience in law, Christopher's comprehensive knowledge and practice in Hungary are an invaluable asset to clients operating and looking for solutions to their business challenges in Hungary. Christopher is an English qualified solicitor and a registered EU lawyer at the Budapest Bar. He has advised various clients (including international and domestic investors and public bodies) on M&A, antitrust and competition matters, financing and real estate projects.

Christopher is regularly recommended in the legal directories being referred to as 'highly respected in the market' and 'the name to note.'He also leads the award winning pro bono practice in the Budapest office.Before moving to Budapest in 2000, Christopher worked in the corporate/commercial group (specialising in non-contentious insurance work) in the London office.

Awards and recognitions


Commercial, corporate and M&A, Hungary, Recommended
Legal 500 EMEA


Real Estate and Construction
Legal 500 EMEA


Commercial, Corporate and M&A
Legal 500 EMEA

Education and admissions


LL.B., King's College London

Representative experience

Advising a leading industrial multinational in relation to a competition authority investigation and court proceedings in a long running cartel case.

Advising a major German fund on the acquisition of a flagship office building in Budapest and on related leasing matters.

Advising an international biotech company on its acquisition of a laboratory facility company in Budapest.

Advising an international retailer on various employment matters including the review of internal policies and regulatory compliance.

Advising an international industrial company on Hungarian regulatory matters in connection with a public procurement project.

Advising an international financial institution on Hungarian regulatory law issues including a compliance review of documentation.

Loading data