Antitrust and EU competition
A command of international antitrust and EU competition rules is an essential element of any successful business strategy in today’s global economy.
Governing a broad range of conduct in restraint of trade — from collusive agreements among competitors and monopolistic abuse of a dominant position to restrictive supplier or customer arrangements, joint ventures and corporate mergers and acquisitions — these laws affect virtually every aspect of a company’s activities in the marketplace.
Whether your company plans to form a business alliance, challenge its competitors, implement new production, marketing or distribution strategies or grow through corporate development, expert knowledge of international antitrust and EU competition laws is essential.
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