is the head of Homburger's competition and regulatory teams. His practice focuses on Swiss and European competition and antitrust law as well as on commercial public and administrative law and regulated markets, in particular public procurement law. He has extensive and long-standing experience in all areas of competition law and advises on compliance matters and internal investigations. Regarding regulated markets, he specialises in public procurement, energy, healthcare and pharma, media and telecommunications, infrastructure and transport as well as in state aid. He is a member of various national and international competition law associations and chairman of the Zurich Bar Association's committee on competition law. Marcel regularly publishes and lectures on competition law, commercial public and administrative law.
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