Fabian Martens is an experienced lawyer in the field of Swiss and European competition and anti-trust law, public procurement law and regulated markets.
He advises and represents clients before the Swiss Competition Commission and the Swiss courts throughout all areas of anti-trust law. His experience includes the conduct of procedures under anti-trust law and private anti-trust law (damages claims), along with merger control procedures and compliance programmes such as training, e-learning, mock dawn raids and internal investigations. In public procurement matters, Fabian Martens advises and represents private parties as well as contracting authorities under federal and cantonal procurement law and in cross-border procurement proceedings.
Fabian Martens’ clients come from various sectors, including in particular retail trade, the financial sector, luxury cosmetics, telecommunications, logistics, construction and energy.
Fabian Martens has long-standing experience at renowned national and international corporate law firms and as an in-house lawyer.