Mr Martin André Dittmer > Gorrissen Federspiel > Copenhagen, Denmark > Lawyer Profile

Gorrissen Federspiel

Work Department

EU & Competition


Martin André Dittmer is the managing partner at Gorrissen Federspiel and heads the firm’s EU & Competition practice group and advises our clients on all competition law issues. Martin’s practice has particular focus on merger control in M&A transactions, and he has been involved in some of the most complex Danish mergers dealt with by the European Commission and the Danish competition authorities over the past many years.  Martin is furthermore part of our executive board.


Work experience: Gorrissen Federspiel 2004 – Partner since 2007. Kromann Reumert 1995-2003. Head of Kromann Reumert Brussels office 2001-03.


Scandinavian, English, French.


The Danish Bar and Law Society, The Danish Association of European Law and Chairman of The Board of the Danish Competition Law Association.


Admitted to the Danish Bar 1998. Candidatus juris, University of Copenhagen 1995. LL.M., Katho-lieke Universiteit Leuven 1995.

Lawyer Rankings

Denmark > Telecoms

(Leading individuals)

Martin André DittmerGorrissen Federspiel

Gorrissen Federspiel regularly advises major Danish network and broadband operators, assisting with high-profile mandates that include M&A transactions, joint ventures and IT outsourcing agreements. Practice head Martin André Dittmer has extensive experience in public procurement issues, securing merger control clearances and licence auctions. Lasse Skaarup Christensen is also a key practitioner, advising broadband and cable television companies on IP issues.

Denmark > EU, competition and public procurement

(Hall of Fame)

Martin André DittmerGorrissen Federspiel

Predominantly advising large Danish and international corporates, Gorrissen Federspiel advises on the full spectrum of EU, competition and public procurement issues. The group is particularly strong in merger control work, with the ‘exceptionally skilled’ Martin André Dittmer focusing on M&A transactions for major Nordic financial institutions as well as handling regulatory and general competition law work. On the contentious side, the team has extensive experience before the Danish Supreme Court; co-head Erik Kjær-Hansen is the key name to note. Kristian Helge Andersen is also recommended.