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Martin Coleman

Global Head of Antitrust and Competition; Global Co-head of Regulation and Investigations

Martin Coleman


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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.

Chambers 2015 - Leading individual

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    June 2016

    The impact of Brexit

    June 24, 2016

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    The Brexit debate – why does it matter to US businesses?

    On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom (the UK) will vote on whether to remain in or leave the European Union (the EU). Brexit has become the popular term coined by the media for the scenario in which the UK votes to “leave” or “exit” the EU in the referendum in June. A similar term (Grexit) has been used when there has been speculation in the past about a possible exit by Greece from the EU. The political and economic debate around a Brexit has been in the UK headlines for some time. As the referendum date approaches, Brexit is also now hitting global headlines and the United States (the US) has been one of the most prominent countries contributing to the wider global debate..

    May 18, 2016

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