In competition law, the Binder Grösswang team is one of the biggest in Austria. That allows swift handling even of complex and particularly major cartel and market abuse cases as well as large merger notifications.
In addition to issues of antitrust law, topics on laws relating to public procurement, state aid, energy and general EU law rank among our specialisations. Depending on the case and needs, our experts cooperate closely with other teams of our law firm — for instance, the M&A, corporate or finance teams.
We represent our clients before Austrian and EU authorities and in cross-border cases we work with high-level foreign partner law firms within the framework of our international network.
Our approach is practical, economic and solution-focused. In addition, our clients benefit from our wide-ranging sector experience in the major industrial and commercial branches.
We advise on merger notifications, antitrust proceedings in accordance with Austrian or EU antitrust law, market abuse proceedings, assertion of and defence against claims under civil law in connection with breaches of cartel law, representation and advice in state aid cases, representation in public tender proceedings, and representation before public procurement authorities.
Our clients include national and international companies from the banking, finance and insurance, payment cards, energy, paper, steel-processing, aeronautical, automotive, IT, and real estate industries.
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