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Eszter Zádori is a partner in Dentons’ Budapest office and a member of the Energy practice. She specializes in energy law, with a focus on the natural gas and electricity industry. Eszter also represents clients in general corporate and commercial matters, as well as in commercial arbitration cases and M&A transactions. 

With her 20 years of experience in the energy sector, Eszter has advised a number of major stakeholders on a wide range of matters and transactions, including the TSO in gas and electricity, natural gas producers, natural gas and electricity trading and sales companies, LPG distributers, as well as conventional and renewable power generation companies. Her expertise in the energy sector extends from advising on complex commercial, M&A and arbitration matters to providing guidance to clients on regulatory and compliance issues.


Prior to joining Dentons, Eszter worked for several international and local law firms and as in-house legal counsel for the Hungarian subsidiary of an international private energy company.


Hungarian, English


Member, Bar Association, Budapest, 2003

Eszter has been an active member of the Legal and Regulatory Committee of the Hungarian Energy Traders’ Association since its foundation in 2012.


University of Potsdam, 2000, German Business Law

University of Szeged, 1999, JD

Saarland University, 1997, Tempus Scholarship, EU and Business Law

Lawyer Rankings

Hungary > Projects and energy

Dentons‘ team maintains a busy practice in solar power park and nuclear power developments. It also has a good national reputation assisting both borrowers and lenders with project finance matters. Elsewhere, the firm advises on tenders under the METÁR system, the operational system used to facilitate renewables-based electricity generation. Gergely Horváth‘s specialism in banking and project finance is complemented by the experience of Anita Horváth and István Réczicza in energy M&A. Other key figures include Eszter Zádori and counsel Emőke Kovács.