Legal, European Commission
After graduating from ELTE School of Law of Budapest, Paul Csiszár studied international comparative law and earned a second Juris Doctorate at Loyola Law School in the United States. Following his admission to the Bar in 1986 in California he practiced as a corporate, securities and M&A lawyer in the US and then from 1997 in Central Europe with the international law firm of Squire Sanders until 2003 when he joined the public sector. Currently Mr Csiszár serves as Director of "Basic Industries, Manufacturing and Agriculture" at the Directorate General for Competition of the European Commission.
Speaking at:Antitrust: Excessive Pricing in Pharma with Paul Csiszár Director, Dir E - Basic Industries, Manufacturing and Agriculture, DG COMP
Wednesday, 12 July 2017 12:30