Kristof Zetenyi

Vice President
Kristof Zetenyi

Los Angeles


Ph.D. and M.A., economics, University of Rochester; B.S., mathematics and economics, University of Richmond

Summary of Experience

Dr. Zetenyi specializes in applying microeconomics, econometrics, and statistical methods to complex litigation and non-litigation matters in the areas of antitrust and competition, class certification, and policy evaluation. Dr. Zetenyi has worked on a number of high-profile mergers and acquisitions, including IQVIA/Propel Media, Penguin Random House/Simon & Schuster, and Deere/Precision Planting. Outside of mergers and acquisitions, he has extensive experience across a variety of industries such as health insurance, air travel, app distribution, ridesharing, and newspapers.

As an expert witness, Dr. Zetenyi has provided expert economic testimony analyzing data related to the removal, storage, and disposal of unhoused residents’ personal property during the cleanups of unhoused residents’ encampments pursuant to the Los Angeles Municipal Code 56.11. He has also studied the impacts of various local, state, and federal regulations, such as the efficacy of Australia’s tobacco plain packaging legislation, the impact of minimum-pay rules and driver reclassification as employees on the platform business model in the ridesharing industry, and the impact of Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards on passenger vehicle design and trends in passenger vehicle upsizing in the US.

Dr. Zetenyi’s antitrust research has been published in The Antitrust Bulletin and Concurrences, and he serves as vice-chair of the Economics Committee of the American Bar Association (ABA) Antitrust Law Section. He also led an Analysis Group team that was recognized by Global Competition Review’s (GCR’s) 2022 antitrust awards for its work on Epic Games, Inc. v. Apple, Inc., which was awarded “Matter of the Year” and “Litigation of the Year – Non-cartel Defence.”