Márton is a PhD student at the Centre of European Law. In 2004 he completed his undergraduate degree in law at the Pázmány Péter Catholic University, Budapest. In 2005-2006 he studied for his LL.M (European Law) at the Europa-Institut, University of Saarbrücken. He began his research at King’s under the supervision of Professors Alexander Türk and Margaret Bloom in Autumn 2006. He successfully completed his transfer to the PhD register in June 2007. His research is funded by the Centre of European Law.
Márton’s research interests lie in the area of antitrust enforcement, especially in the aspects of cooperation between competition authorities and undertakings subject to antitrust procedures. His doctoral research focuses on the different forms of such cooperation both in EU and national antitrust procedures, especially on commitment procedures and on formal and informal settlements.
Recent Presentations & Publications
The European Commission's Settlement Procedure for Cartel Cases - Costs and Benefits Zeitschrift für Europarechtliche Studien (ZEuS) 2008 No. 4. p. 663-698.