The answer is yes but under strict conditions. The law seeks to balance the conflicts between two legitimate interests. On one side, there is the interest for using the public funds. In this respect, the conditions of the contracts to be entered have already been clarified when the public procurement is conducted. From the beginning, the tenderers shall know the exact parameters of the competition. Dr. Lajos Merics, expert of our Law Firm published an analysis of the issue. It can be read in PDF format by clicking here:
A full-day conference on employment was organised by HR Portal and KRS Attorneys-at-Law on 24 May 2016 at the Glass Hall of MÜPA (Palace of Arts) in Budapest. The most leading experts in all areas of employment made presentations and also answered to the questions of the audience.