Squire Patton Boggs announces the addition of Partner Martin “Marty” Mackowski to its Competition – Antitrust Practice in Washington, DC. He comes from Meta (formerly Facebook), where he held the position of Associate General Counsel, Competition and Regulatory.
During his tenure at Meta, Mr. Mackowski offered strategic legal guidance on a wide array of intricate litigation, regulatory, and advisory matters situated at the intersection of antitrust law and technology. Prior to his role at Meta, he represented clients from various industries in complex antitrust and competition cases.
Diarmuid Ryan, the global head of the firm’s Competition – Antitrust Practice, expressed his enthusiasm, stating, “We warmly welcome Marty to Squire Patton Boggs and our expanding global Competition – Antitrust Practice. In an ever-evolving antitrust landscape, both in the US and worldwide, Marty’s extensive experience in high-stakes and intricate antitrust, competition, and regulatory affairs will further enhance the firm’s innovative services, benefiting our global client base, especially in the tech and digital markets sectors. The importance of antitrust matters has never been greater for our clients, and Marty brings a valuable skill set and unique perspectives.”
Mr. Mackowski’s expertise covers a wide range of antitrust and competition areas, encompassing litigation, merger evaluations, government and internal inquiries, and advisory services related to compliance with evolving regulatory requirements.
In response to his appointment, Mr. Mackowski commented, “Antitrust and competition issues have become increasingly significant in the US and worldwide, particularly within the realm of technology and digital markets, as businesses navigate a swiftly changing landscape. I am excited to join Squire Patton Boggs’ Competition-Antitrust team, as both the team and the Firm have earned a solid reputation for delivering innovative solutions to help clients worldwide achieve their strategic objectives in this challenging environment. I eagerly anticipate collaborating with my new colleagues to advance these endeavors.”
Source: Squire Patton Boggs