Martin Thomann is a partner at ADROIT. His practice focuses on Competition Law, Litigation & Procedures, Intellectual Property, Contract Law as well as Corporate Law & Transactions. He has many years of experience in representing companies of various industries in cartel and administrative proceedings and in commercial litigation.Martin Thomann holds a law degree (lic. iur.) from the University of Basel (1996), is admitted to the Zurich Bar (1999) and holds a Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree from the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia (2003). For more than fifteen years he worked for the Zurich law firm Homburger AG in the Competition / Regulation and IP / IT practice teams, most recently for ten years as counsel. In between, he worked at a smaller Zurich law firm specializing in commercial litigation. Martin Thomann has been a partner at ADROIT since 2019.Martin Thomann is registered with the attorney's register of the Canton of Zurich and admitted to all Swiss courts and authorities. He is a member of the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA) and has published articles and delivered speeches in his areas of practice.
Martin has experience in the following areas:
Administrative and public law, Administrative law (general), Commercial, Commercial (general), Competition / anti-trust, Competition / anti-trust, Competition / anti-trust (contentious), Construction (contentious), Copyright, Corporate, Corporate (general), Corporate and commercial (contentious), Disputes / litigation, Disputes / litigation (general), Franchising, Intellectual property (general), Intellectual property and technology, Intellectual property and technology (contentious), Licensing and royalty arrangements, Procurement, Technology, Trademarks and service marks
Martin has previously helped clients in the following industries:
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