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Martin has been a lawyer at the Paris Bar since 2004, after two years working as a legal expert.
He works mainly with customers in the creative sector, the entertainment industry, communication and the media and in particular in the following domains:
- Information and communication Technologies: IT, electronic commerce, the liability of technical intermediaries, data privacy, databases
- Music (artists, phonographic producers, publishers and producers of stage shows)
- Combating infringement, piracy and the cyber delinquency
- Video games
- Literary publishing and print media
- Film and Audiovisual
- Brand law
With his partners at Towery, he proposes solutions specific to the problem issues encountered in these sectors, in both business law, tax law, criminal law as well as intellectual property rights, in an advisory capacity and in litigation cases.
Martin obtained a post-graduate diploma (DESS) in Law and Communication techniques from the University of Poitiers in 2001, and his thesis was supervised by Professor Lucas. The title was “The restructuring of the music industry: new access to the phonogram” and anticipated the changes that are today current in the sector.
Since 2011, Martin is teaching on the Master 2 course in New information and communication techniques law at the University of Versailles-Saint Quentin. He teaches the application of anti-infringement laws.
Martin devotes a large part of his time to alternative dispute settlement methods, and to mediation in particular. After following training in inter-company mediation at the Paris Chamber of Commerce and Industry, he gained a diploma from the International School of Alternative Dispute Settlement Methods from the Paris Bar. Martin is also trained in collaborative law.