Martijn van Wanroij has over 19 years' experience as a regulatory lawyer. Since joining DLA Piper in 2003, he has focused on EU and trade law in a broad sense, advising clients with respect to European and Dutch competition law, state aid, public procurement and international trade and sanctions regulations.

Martijn has a particularly strong experience with competition investigations and merger notifications and he has represented clients in several competition cases before the Dutch competition authority (ACM) and the European Commission, as well as in ensuing judicial appeals. He also regularly advises on commercial agreements, including the set-up and conditions applying to joint ventures, (selective or exclusive) distribution systems and platforms for cooperation between competitors.

Martijn has represented a range of clients from across different sectors in in civil litigation on competition, state aid, public procurement and international trade matters.

Martijn regularly writes and speaks on competition law topics. He is a teacher with the Dutch professional education institute for patent attorneys (Stichting Beroepsopleiding Octrooigemachtigden). Before that, he was a lecturer of competition law with Radboud University, Nijmegen for a period of six years.