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Mr Didier Martin
Corporate / Litigation
Didier Martin, Senior Partner, is a leading specialist on French securities law and public tender offers.
He advises listed companies in connection with their strategic transactions and assists them in resolving their financial and criminal litigation matters.
Didier Martin has written numerous books and articles on corporate law and securities law, and has recently published: “Les Offres Publiques d’Acquisition”, “Les Sociétés holdings”, “Mergers & Acquisitions in France”, “Le Code monétaire et financier”.
Admitted to the Paris Bar in 1977.
He is a member of several committees and associations, including the Financial Transactions Committee of the MEDEF (the French employers’ federation) and ANSA (a French business association), as well as the recently created Haut Comité Juridique de la Place Financière de Paris. He is also a founding member of the Observatoire de la Communication Financière and co-president of the Commission Europe within the French legal think-tank, the Club des Juristes.
He is a graduate of the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (DEA in private law, 1976; DEA in criminal law, 1977).
Bredin Prat has extensive experience in stock market and listed companies’ litigation. Among the group’s high-profile cases are defences of leading companies facing proceedings launched by minority shareholders challenging a significant M&A transactions approved by the French securities regulator (AMF) and a number of matters involving the defence of companies or their high-level executives facing AMF investigations pertaining to insider trading and communication of misleading information allegations. Eric Dezeuze, senior partner Didier Martin and Sébastien Prat as well as litigators Jean-Daniel Bretzner and Ève Duminy are the key contacts.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Dispute resolution: Commercial litigation
- Dispute resolution: Stock market litigation
- Dispute resolution: White-collar crime
- EU, competition and distribution
- Mergers and acquisitions