Marc is a partner in the firm’s global antitrust practice. He has considerable experience in a wide range of antitrust work, and has been involved in some of the most high-profile UK and European cases in recent years in the fields of M&A, cartels and antitrust litigation. A number of cases in which Marc has advised have set long-standing legal precedents such as IBA Health v. Office of Fair Trading or clarified important legal principles as in Federation of Wholesale Distributors v. Office of Fair Trading and Pernod Ricard/Allied Domecq.
Much of Marc’s work involves dealing with cross-border cases (both for UK and overseas clients), and he regularly represents clients before the UK and European competition authorities, and has also appeared before the UK and European courts in competition cases.
Marc is recommended in the Global Competition Review 100 and is ranked by Chambers and Partners in the field of competition law.
He is admitted to the Bar in England and Wales and Roll of Solicitors in Ireland.
He took the legal practice course and common professional examination at the College of Law, London, and he holds a master of arts from the University of Cambridge and studied modern and medieval languages at St John’s College, University of Cambridge.