Oppenheim Law Firm

Competition/Antitrust Department

Hungary
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What the team is known for Eminent competition practice, with an impressive team of highly rated practitioners. Renowned for its expertise in cartel, merger control, abuse of dominance, market sharing and procurement cases, as well as competition compliance. Also represents clients in judicial reviews and follow-on damages claims before the Hungarian Competition Authority. Regularly acts for leading international and domestic clients, especially in the energy, telecommunications, healthcare and banking sectors.

Strengths One satisfied client enthuses: "It is one of the best firms in Hungary; the lawyers have a practical, business-minded approach and a good reputation."

Another interviewee emphasises: "It is a great firm."

Work highlights Represented the Hungarian Banking Association and a consortium of major banks in the judicial review of the Hungarian Competition Authority's decision to impose a HUF4 billion fine on an information exchange scheme.

Notable practitioners

"Thought leader"
Gábor Fejes
boasts considerable experience in competition law matters, including merger control, cartels and consumer protection. He regularly represents clients before the Hungarian Competition Authority.


Zoltán Marosi
advises on a wide array of competition matters and frequently represents clients in merger, cartel and market sharing investigations initiated by the Hungarian Competition Authority. One source enthuses: "He is a very talented lawyer with interesting thoughts."