Studied at and graduated from the Eötvös Loránd University School of Law. During his university years, he was member of the István Bibó College of Law and the Invisible College. He earned a Magister Juris (MJur) degree in European and Comparative Law from the University of Oxford in 2003 as a Chevening scholar.
Zoltán joined the Budapest office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer in 2003. He was an associate at Oppenheim since its inception in 2007 and has become a partner of the firm in 2014. He has authored numerous professional articles and produced a wealth of academic literature in the area of antitrust, competition and trade law.
Zoltán is a member of the antitrust and communications committees of the International Bar Association and the head of the latter's working group on digital economy.
Awards and rankings
Zoltán is regarded as a Band 1 antitrust lawyer by Chambers & Partners, a Hall of Fame member / leading individual by Legal 500 and a nominee by Who's Who Legal's Competition. Chambers&Partners states that Zoltán "is one of the foremost figures in the Hungarian market, known particularly for his work on abuse of dominance, merger control and antitrust matters [...] Clients praise his business acumen and high-quality work."