Martin manages the overall legal work of CDC in some of the largest antitrust damage actions in Europe. This includes the legal strategy, analysis and conduct of cases, the acquisition process regarding corporate claims across the EU and the coordination with CDC’s external counsels in court proceedings. Given his broad experience and expertise in the field, Martin is a frequent speaker at international conferences on private enforcement of competition law and the innovative approach of CDC.
Prior to joining CDC in 2007, he worked for an international law firm and the Competition Directorate of the European Commission in Brussels. Martin studied law in Cologne, Paris (Maîtrise en droit) and Washington D.C. He has widely published on antitrust claims, litigation, and settlements, including a doctoral thesis on European and international claims.
Martin likes sports, contemporary art and literature.
Languages: German, English and French