Martin is legal counsel with CDC. He is in charge of the analysis, preparation and coordination of some of the largest antitrust damage actions in Europe. This involves the assessment of current and future cases, leading the acquisition process regarding corporate claims across Europe and the successful coordination with CDC’s external counsels in proceedings before courts. Given his long-time experience and broad expertise in the field, Martin is a frequent speaker at international conferences on the innovative approach of CDC and the development of the private enforcement of competition law. He has widely published on antitrust claims, litigation and settlements.
Prior to joining CDC in 2007, he worked for an international law firm and the Competition Directorate of the European Commission, Brussels. Martin studied law in Cologne, Paris and Washington D.C. He obtained a Maîtrise en Droit and wrote a doctoral thesis on European and international damage claims. He is a fully qualified lawyer admitted to the German Bar.
Martin is interested in sports, modern art as well as literature.
Languages: German, English and French