With more than 70 lawyers worldwide, Mayer Brown is recognised as a leading antitrust practice by Chambers & Partners, Legal 500 and Global Competition Review.
We have more than 70 lawyers practicing antitrust and competition law who are dedicated to delivering the highest quality service in meeting clients’ needs. We fully understand today’s complex competition issues, as well as the increasingly complex relationships among corporations in a global economy.
As a leader in US and EU competition law, we offer up-to-the minute guidance concerning mergers, cartel investigations, distribution and IP licensing issues, alleged abusive conduct by dominant firms and state aid, which includes counsel at the federal and state levels in the US, and for both member states and the EU in Europe.
Adding to our global capabilities, our antitrust lawyers in Hong Kong and China are skilled at navigating the range of competition and other laws impacting trading and licensing arrangements in the region, and offer clients the benefit of extensive China antitrust filing experience and strong relationships with key competition agencies.
Mayer Brown is able to offer clients a global network of counseling resources, and our ability to offer a multinational perspective enables us to provide integrated advice, which is an important advantage in dealing with the increased co-operation between competition authorities around the world.
Our antitrust practice provides advice on the full range of issues, including: mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, collaborations, distribution and licensing; government criminal and civil non-merger investigations, particularly cartels and abuse of dominance; llitigation, including trial and appellate matters
Practice at a glance
More than 70 lawyers focus on antitrust and competition law throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Our group includes former high-ranking US Justice Department officials, a former US state attorney general, and many highly regarded members of the US and European antitrust bar.
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