Competition - compliance and regulatory investigations
Undertakings that infringe Competition law can suffer serious damage as a consequence. They can be fined up to 10% of annual turnover, their directors can be disqualified, anticompetitive agreements can be unenforceable, regulatory investigations can drain resources and any subsequent infringement decision can damage reputation.
How we can help you
Our team specialises on the behavioural side of competition law; i.e. alleged infringements of:
- the Article 101 / Chapter 1 prohibition of anticompetitive agreements; and
- the Article 102 / Chapter 2 prohibition of abuse of dominance.
As specialists in intellectual property, we are particularly experienced in advising on the fractious boundary between IP and Competition law.
For further information, see our guide to representing clients in competition investigations by the CMA or the European Commission.
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