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Antitrust and competition
Anti-trust laws are developing rapidly worldwide. Authorities are increasingly using a wide range of powers to investigate mergers, cartels, the contractual relationship between competitors, suppliers and distributors, and the alleged abuse of a dominant position in the market.
Consequently, the tightening contol and an increasing number of investigations by the regulatory bodies and the government leads to the increase of complex laws and the risk of the violations of such laws. Industry-wide anti-trust investigations by the authorities become increasingly common and are becoming more extensive, lengthy and complex, and handling them may require the company significant time and financial costs.
A wide range of organizations are turning to us for help on the anti-trust and competition legislation. We have a multijurisdictional experience in the development, implementation, and monitoring of comprehensive, tailor-made solutions in this area.
We offer our clients legal support across the spectrum of possible issues of anti-trust and competition laws arising from commercial agreements between competitors, suppliers, distributors and customers. We advise clients on competition, mergers, joint ventures, compliance, research and development, supply chains, distribution, agency and licensing agreements, as well as assisting in the structuring of new commercial agreements.