Martin Coleman is a competition partner based in London and Global Head of our Antitrust and Competition practice.
Martin has led many cases before the European Commission and UK competition authorities and has advised major businesses, public authorities and national governments on competition law issues. His areas of expertise include merger control (including contested bids); advising complainants and respondents in relation to investigations by competition authorities; competition law compliance and competition law strategic planning. He advises businesses, governments and government agencies.
Martin is regularly recommended in the legal texts, with Chambers UK 2010 describing him as “a heavy hitter with a big presence in the market.” and Legal 500 stating “Martin Coleman heads a team that has achieved roles on a series of seminal cases”.
Martin is a regular speaker at conferences on EC and competition law topics, and has written books and articles for both specialist and more general publications.
No business relishes the prospect of being fined, and certainly not at the ever-increasing levels at which competition and antitrust authorities are now imposing....
In this issue we focus on developments with a special feature about competition law in Africa..
Norton Rose is advising Delta Air Lines, Inc. in relation to the proposed US$360 million acquisition of a 49 per cent stake in Virgin Atlantic from Singapore Airline.
Martin Coleman comments on the key issues in the competition regime..