Martin Wagner

Associate Brussels, London


Martin Wagner
Martin Wagner is an associate in the Antitrust practice with expertise in all aspects of EU and UK competition law, including merger control, restrictive practices, market dominance and digital markets regulation.

Martin’s experience encompasses a broad range of industries, including technology, telecommunications, energy, and industrial sectors.

Prior to joining Weil, Martin was an associate in the Brussels office of an international law firm. At Oxford, he worked as a research assistant to Dr. Ariel Ezrachi, Professor of Competition Law. Martin also clerked at the General Court of the European Union in Luxembourg in the cabinet of Judge Kornezov.

Representative experience includes acting for:*

  • Microsoft on its $10 billion investment in OpenAI
  • Microsoft on its ~$70 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard, Inc., before the European Commission
  • A third party in relation to the CMA’s investigation into the proposed merger between Vodafone UK and Three UK
  • Veolia on its $15.44 billion acquisition of Suez to create the world’s largest water and waste management company
  • Google in the Android appeal of the largest ever $5 billion antitrust fine before the EU Courts
  • Google in relation to Digital Markets Act compliance
  • Google in multiple Android-related investigations undertaken by the Competition Commission of India

(*including from previous firm)

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