Enikő Lukács is an associate in the litigation and dispute resolution practice group. She graduated from the Pázmány Péter Catholic University. During her studies she participated in the National Competition of Hungarian Universities (OTDK) with her thesis on international tax matters. Enikő joined Wolf Theiss as a legal intern in 2012 and became an associate over the years. She advises national and international clients in a wide range of civil procedures in various industries. Enikő has valuable experience in the preparation, negotiation and full handling of litigation, arbitration, insolvency and enforcement proceedings. Enikő regularly deals with restructuring, security enforcement, as well as representation of creditors. Her areas of interest are cross-border insolvency-related and restructuring issues. She usually attends arbitration events, including conferences organised by the Young Arbitrators Forum of the ICC.