Eszter Zádori

Special Counsel Budapest


Eszter Zadori
Eszter Zádori is a Special Counsel with more than 12 years of experience specializing in energy law. She also represents clients from a range of business sectors on general corporate and litigation matters.

Ms. Zádori has particular experience in the natural gas and electricity sectors, having worked on high profile international gas infrastructure projects, regulatory matters relating to gas-fired power plant developments, end-user and wholesale electricity and gas transactions and the establishment and start-up of a retail electricity sales division. She has advised energy-sector clients on the legal risks associated with complex disputes involving power purchase agreements and supply and service contracts of power plants. She has also counseled major market participants on the structuring, renegotiation and interpretation of long-term power purchase agreements, wind power generation and other renewable energy licensing and development and incentive schemes related to renewable and cogeneration power plant projects.

Ms. Zádori is ranked in projects & energy by Chambers Europe, which highlights her “electricity expertise as a former member of E.ON's legal team”. Clients describe her as “fantastic” and “proactive”, and say “She is good at finding and assessing the risks and sees the advantages and disadvantages from a commercial and a legal perspective.”

Prior to joining Weil’s Budapest office in 2008, Ms. Zádori served as legal counsel for E.ON Hungária, the Hungarian subsidiary of E.ON. She was also an associate in the Budapest office of another leading international law firm.

Ms. Zádori is fluent in English and German in addition to her native Hungarian.

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Saarland University, Germany (Tempus program, 1996-1997)
University of Szeged, Hungary (J.D., 1999)
University of Szeged, Hungary and University of Potsdam, Germany (special training in German Business Law, 1998-2000)

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