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Marek works within the Law & Economics paradigm, focusing on international competition law. His doctoral research, conducted under academic supervision of Professor Imelda Maher, MRIA, makes the contribution to the existing scholarship regarding extraterritoriality and related aspects of transnational litigation in antitrust cases (thesis is entitled 'The Limits of the Doctrine of Extraterritoriality in Competition Law'). It falls within the strand of research on the interface between national competition laws, international law and regulation of world trade. Marek concluded his PhD studies in July 2012. In October 2012 he successfully passed his PhD viva voice examination (External Examiner: Professor Ariel Ezrachi, Internal Examiner: Dr. Suzanne Kingston).
In August 2012 Marek joined the Law Faculty at the Loyola University Chicago for the academic year 2012-2013. As a Senior Research Fellow in the Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies (for Marek's profile at LUC School of Law click here), he conducts a research project on the impact of foreign governments amicus briefs in international antitrust litigation in the US and teaches a seminar in International and Comparative Antitrust.
If you wonder how to pronounce Marek's name, that is the phonetic transcription in IPA: /marɛk martɨniʃɨn/.
Have a look on Marek's recent paper: Discovery and Evidence in Transnational Antitrust Cases: Current Framework and the Way Forward (freely available for download at SSRN)
Recently published articles:
- Export Cartels: Is it Legal to Target your Neighbour? Analysis in Light of Recent Case Law in the Journal of International Economic Law
- A Comparative Look on Foreign State Compulsion as a Defence in Antitrust Litigation in the Competition Law Review
Honours and Awards
| Year: 2008.
Title: Ad Astra Doctoral Scholarship
| Year: 2006.
Title: Friends of Saarland University Scholarship
| Year: 2006.
Title: Recognition of Graduation from Warsaw School of Economics in Top 5% of Students
|Association: The Competition Law Scholars Forum (CLaSF), Function/Role: Member|
|Association: The Academic Society for Competition Law (ASCOLA), Function/Role: Member|
|Association: The American Bar Association (ABA) : Section of Antitrust Law, Function/Role: Member|
|Association: The American Bar Association (ABA): Section of International Law, Function/Role: Mamber|
|Association: The International Law Association (ILA): Polish and Irish Branches, Function/Role: Member|
|Association: The Society of Legal Scholars of the UK and Ireland (SLS), Function/Role: Member|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2011) The State as a Participant in International Anti-Competitive Conduct: Avoidance Techniques. [Oral Presentation], 18th CLaSF Workshop, City Law School, City University, London , 22-SEP-11 - 22-SEP-11.|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2010) State Defences in International Antitrust Litigation. [Oral Presentation], 2010 Graduate Research Seminar in International Relations, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin , 18-NOV-10 - 18-NOV-10.|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2010) State Defences in International Antitrust Litigation (or why it gets tricky when a state is involved). [Oral Presentation], CCP Spring Seminar, Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia, Norwich , 09-JUL-10 - 09-JUL-10.|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2010) Extraterritorial Application of EU Competition Law. [Oral Presentation], Presentations in front of PhD Students Communities, Shandong University Law School, Jinan (China) and Renmin University (RUC) Law School, Beijing (China) , 21-MAR-10 - 23-MAR-10.|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2009) Export Cartels: Taxonomy and Territoriality. [Oral Presentation], CCP New Researchers Workshop, Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia, Norwich , 16-JUN-09 - 17-JUN-09.|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2009) Do Developing Countries Need a Ban on EXPORT CARTELS?. [Oral Presentation], Showcase Event of the Joint PhD Programme: PhD in Global Human Development, UCD, Dublin , 23-APR-09 - 23-APR-09.|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2008) Decision-making and Issues of Internal and External Transparency in the World Trade Organization. [Oral Presentation], UCD Legal Research Conference, UCD, Dublin , 05-DEC-08 - 06-DEC-08.|
|Committee : UCD Student Union Council: Representative of all PhD, MComm & MPhil students from the College of Business & Law (2010/2011)|
| Year 2008 Institution: Europa-Institut, Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany
Qualification: LLM Subject: EU Law & International Trade Law
| Year 2008 Institution: Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland
Qualification: MA Subject: European Studies
| Year 2006 Institution: Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland
Qualification: MA Subject: Finance & Banking
| Year 2006 Institution: Warsaw School of Economics, Warsaw, Poland
Qualification: MA Subject: International Relations
Organization of Academic Projects:- March 2010- co-organization of and participation in a project "Law PhD Mission to China" (visited three law schools and major legal institutions such as the Supreme Court and General Prosecutorate, after winning full sponsorship), Beijing & Jinan, CN.
Research Visits:- May/June 2011- research visit at the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida, Gainesville, US,
- June/July 2010- research visit to Centre for Competition Policy, Norwich, UK.
Additional Courses:- July/August 2011- participation in the 3rd US- German Summer School in International and Comparative Law, Gießen, DE,
- July/August 2010- participation in the Hague Academy of International Law- courses in Public International Law + participation in Directed Studies and Doctoral Research Group, the Hague, NL,
- May 2010- participation in a course for Doctoral Students and Faculty Members "Introduction to Law, Economics and Business" delivered by prof. Cooter (Boalt Hall School of Law, Berkeley), and organized by Gerzensee, CH.
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2012) 'Export Cartels: Is it Legal to Target Your Neighbour? Analysis in Light of Recent Case Law'. Journal of International Economic Law, 15 (1). [DOI] [Details]|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2012) 'A Comparative Look on Foreign State Compulsion as a Defence in Antitrust Litigation'. The Competition Law Review, 8 (2). [Details]|
|Martyniszyn, M; Bernatt, M (2013) 'The Polish Competition Authority Submits a Draft Amendment to the Polish Competition Act: Revolution or Fine-Tuning?' e-Competitions N°50563 . [Details]|
|Martyniszyn, M (2012) International Antitrust Litigation: Conflict of Laws and Coordination, Jürgen Basedow, Stéphanie Francq, Laurence Idot (eds.). Book Reviews [Details]|
|Martyniszyn, M (2012) Trade and Competition Law in the EU and Beyond, Inge Govaere, Reinhard Quick, Marco Bronckers (eds.). International Antitrust Litigation: Conflict of Laws and Coordination, Jürgen Basedow, Stéphanie Fr: Book Reviews [Details]|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2012) Cooperation, Comity and Competition Policy. E.C.L.R., 2012, 33(2), 106-107: Book Reviews [Details]|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2012) David Held, Cosmopolitanism: Ideals and Realities. 40(2) Millennium - Journal of International Studies, 400-402: Book Reviews [DOI] [Details]|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2011) Antitrust and Regulation in the EU and US - Legal and Economic Perspectives. E.C.L.R. 2011, 32(9), 478-479: Book Reviews [Details]|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2011) Global Competition: Law, Markets and Globalization. E.C.L.R. 2011, 32(4), 221-222: Book Reviews [Details]|
|Marek Martyniszyn; (2011) Avoidance Techniques: State Related Defences in International Antitrust Cases. Centre for Competition Policy, University of East Anglia: Working Paper [Details]|
main fields of interest: International Antitrust / International Competition Law, National Competition Laws, International Economic Law, European Law, International Trade Law
Lecturing and tutoring in EU Constitutional and EU Economic Law (teaching since 2008).
Graduate teaching experience (seminars in EU Competition Law for an LLM class, 2009).
Supervisor:Professor Imelda Maher, Sutherland Professor in European Law