OUR
TEAM

Reimagine everything
you have ever experienced
about a law firm.
Then see it made into reality.

We believe in a world in which your work is professionally challenging,
personally makes you
grow, where you create value and social impact
and have a great deal of independence so that you can tailor your work
to your individual
work-life balance needs.
Because your work does not determine you.
You determine your work. It is your
own responsibility.

No old fashioned hierarchies. 
No outdated frameworks.

Only your competence,
your
skillset and your mindset

Since we couldn’t find it in the legal industry,
we have created it ourselves.

That is lawyering in the age of emerging technologies.

Dora Kadar

nordic assignee  
associate lawyer

Andras Szabo

CEE ASSIGNEE
ASSOCIATE/LAWYER

Agnes Goher

LEGAL SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE
ASSOCIATE/LAWYER

Orsolya CSERBAK-RIBA

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

Erzsebet Lev-Levandovsky

Attorney-at-law

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Krisztina Prenker-Varsanyi

The Campaigner

Karola Xenia Kassai

ceo
attorney-at-law

Emma Tulipan-Erdelyi

BUSINESS OFFICE EXECUTIVE

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Krisztian Brody

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

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Zsofia Pernesz

The Back-End Specialist

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Csenge Meszaros

Legal intern

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Akos Ilyes

The Explorer

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Katharina Kellig

The Controller

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Britta Marie Kjellin

lawyer & swedish lector

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Eva Fogarasi

The Campaigner

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Matyas Benes

the designer

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Bence Kardos

The Explorer
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Michael Webb

english lector

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Timur Khrotko

“Military grade”

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Eszter Seregély

the dreamer

Karola Xenia Kassai

ceo,
attorney-at-law

Dora Kadar

nordic assignee 
associate lawyer

Agnes Goher

LEGAL SERVICES REPRESENTATIVE
ASSOCIATE/LAWYER

Orsolya CSERBAK-RIBA

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

Erzsebet Lev-Levandovsky

Attorney-at-law

Andras Szabo

CEE ASSIGNEE
ASSOCIATE/LAWYER

Emma Tulipan-Erdelyi

BUSINESS OFFICE EXECUTIVE

Krisztian Brody

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW

Csenge Meszaros

Attorney-at-law

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Matyas Benes

the designer

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Britta Marie Kjellin

lawyer & swedish lector

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Michael Webb

english lector

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Eszter Seregély

the dreamer

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Timur Khrotko

“Military grade”

Dora Kadar

The Magician

Your nerdy lawyer, meeting your deadlines even if they are the day before yesterday. Just dont talk to her meanwhile. Our Nordic Assignee.
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+36 30 410 3262

ENG / ITA / HUN

Andras Szabo

The Debater

Your argumentative lawyer, always finding solid reasoning for any cases with any authorities. Definitely our CEE Assignee.

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+36 30 828 4511

GER / ENG / HUN

Agnes Goher

The Logician

Your artistic lawyer, handling all artworks and values you create in your project. Our Associate.

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+36 20 952 50 69

+46 79 30 13 444

ENG / GER / HUN

Orsolya Riba

The Advocate

Attorney-at-law, the firm pillar of your case providing solutions under any circumstances. Sidenote: no typos can escape her hawk eye. Neither yours.

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+36 70 525 9842

ENG / FRA / HUN

Erzsebet Lev-Levandovsky

The Defender

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+36 20 373 3911

GER / ENG / HUN

Karola Xenia Kassai

The Entrepreneur

Your inventive attorney-at-law, strategist and safeguard, thinking many steps ahead of the game. Our CEO.

Karola Kassai, KassaiLaw

+36 30 241 6577

+46 76 32 444 10

ENG / GER / SWE / HUN

Emma Tulipan-Erdelyi

The Solutions Architect

The supervisor who provides the financial and service background to the brand. Our Business Office Executive.

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+36 30 241 1578

ENG / GER / HUN

Exciting developments
are underway at Kassailaw!
Our team of legal and technology experts is hard at work, preparing to launch a new and innovative way to access information and knowledge. This interactive platform will provide an immersive and engaging experience and we’re eager to share it with you.
Stay tuned!
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“Is your team the dream team? How much percentage should each founder get?” One of the core ingredients to success is the right team with complementing skills and personalities: early stage investors (and business partners too, by the way) will invest in the team, not the idea. Our goal is to guide you in building a strong and well-functioning team, as well as help you uncover potential friction points or weaknesses in the team, so that you can address them in the very beginning. When it comes to the fair split with your co-founders, if you need a reference point, or just want reassurance, we have developed our own tool for equity split calculation. Hint: the one answer that’s certainly wrong is a hasty 50-50 split.

You have spotted a problem and found a viable solution – in other words, you have your idea. What’s the next step? You need to make sure that the problem your business is trying to solve is a valid problem for a wide enough group, and that

Are you sure that the problem your business is trying to solve is a valid problem for a wide enough group? 

When you spot a problem and think you have found a viable solution to create a business around, it’s all too easy to get excited and jump straight into ideating a solution.

Avoid making something and then hoping people buy it when you could research what people need and then make that.

It doesn’t make any sense to make a key and then run around looking for a lock to open.

There are many ingredients in the recipe for creating a successful startup, but most certainly whatever you read and wherever you go, one of the first pieces of advice is going to be to do your homework properly regarding the validation. You have to validate both your problem and your solution to be able to define the perfect problem-solution and later on the product-market fit. If you manipulate your future customers into liking your solution or do not reveal all the aspects and layers of a problem you identified, your idea can easily lose its ground and with that the probability of it surviving and actually being turned into a prosperous business. Let us know if we can help at this initial but yet super-important stage.

Validation is the first step in moving towards learning more about the problem you are ultimately looking to solve.

Finding your unique value proposition is only possible if you take a thorough glance at your competitors. The world of tech is highly competitive, particularly so when you operate in a field with low entry barriers, you need to carefully examine and regularly update the news and developments of those companies who act in the same field and market. This might lead to several pivots for you if necessary, because you can significantly increase your chances of success if you can offer a—at least in some aspect—unique solution to your customers. The introduction as “we are like Uber/Snapchat/WeWork/Spotify, only better” is hardly sufficient in most cases. Unless you really are so much better, but then you need to know that too, so up the competitive analysis.