Our objective is to help our clients, whether business or government, to navigate their way through the complex network of regulation, legislation and standards that govern European policy making and to understand policy creation and decision-making processes across Europe.
We advise on the full range of antitrust and competition matters, including merger clearance, ‘dominant firm’ issues, cartel defence, State aid, sector regulation and EU law issues such as free movement, public procurement and customs. Whether your company is large or small, if it is considering forming a business alliance, moving into a new market, taking a new tack with its competitors, implementing a new production, marketing or distribution strategy, or growing through corporate development, advice concerning the requirements of antitrust and competition laws is essential. The risks and consequences of non-compliance can be severe.
Our team of lawyers are as adept at dealing with small but important matters as they are with large and complex deals and work supporting the private and public sector as well as national and international clients.