Dr Borbála Dux-Wenzel primarily deals with civil class actions, large individual proceedings, and international arbitration proceedings. This includes representing clients in court and managing class actions in the areas of product liability, antitrust damages, capital investment and insurance law, as well as providing advice and representation in matters regarding manager liability and internal recourse. Conducting post-M&A proceedings, both on the part of the claimant and on the part of the defendant, is another important part of Borbála Dux-Wenzel’s work.
Borbála Dux spent her school years in Germany, Hungary and the USA. From 2000 to 2004, she studied law at the Universities of Cologne (Germany) and Paris 1 (France), acquiring her “maîtrise en droit/LL.M. Cologne/Paris 1”. Borbála Dux passed her first state law exam in 2006, at the Higher Regional Court of Cologne, was awarded her doctorate from the University of Cologne in 2010, and passed her second state law exam in 2011.
From 2012 to 2018, Borbála Dux worked as a lawyer for Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, in Cologne, Düsseldorf and Frankfurt (all Germany), in the area of dispute resolution. From April 2014, she worked for a year as a legal secretary at the European Court of Justice, in the cabinet of Prof Dr Thomas von Danwitz, before resuming her work as a lawyer at Freshfields. Borbála Dux joined Luther as a partner in 2018, where she is a member of the Complex Disputes team.