Peter Hodál joined White & Case in March 2008. Prior to this, he worked for other international law firms in Bratislava and Washington, DC. In addition to his law degree from the University of Virginia and his master's degree from the University of Economics in Bratislava, he has professional and academic experience from the University of Vienna and Harvard University.
Mr. Hodál has extensive experience in advising firms and State authorities on a broad range of Slovak and EU law issues, with the main focus on public procurement, State aid, competition law, litigation and contract law. He is a country correspondent for the European State Aid Law Quarterly and a member of the European Commission Stakeholder Expert Group on Public Procurement.
Mr. Hodal also has experience with sensitive internal investigations and is a regular member of external investigation teams dealing with reports submitted via whistleblowing programs.
Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Advising a significant Czech bank in court proceedings with pledgors who have contested the validity of standard pledge agreements on spurious grounds.
Advising a French global seed company in civil and criminal proceedings related to a fraudulent criminal act by which money was mistakenly transferred from its account to an account held in a Slovak bank by a foreign national not residing in the Slovak Republic.
Advising a significant Slovak insurance company in court proceedings resulting from concluded insurance policies, including court and out-of-court dispute settlement.
Representing a leading construction company in disputes with the Slovak Public Procurement Authority.
Advising a major telecommunications operator in connection with alleged unlawful State aid provided to its competitors.
Co-author of the book European Company Law, published by Linde
Author of several articles on general corporate law and European law