EU Competition law regulates the free market within the European Union, in order to ensure that the competition therein is not distorted. EU Competition law seeks to ensure the functioning of a system of a free market where the competitors compete fairly with each other, thereby providing benefits for consumers. Competition may be distorted through agreements between undertakings or associations of undertakings and concerned practices that affect trade between EU Member States and also the inter-state market. Further, competition is distorted through the abuse of position by a dominant undertaking or undertakings with the general aim of achieving an integrated internal market.
Our firm represented business and corporate entities in competition law proceedings and before the administrative courts for related matters. Further, we provide substantial advice for the formation of business strategies in order for our clients to take full account of the relevant legal restrictions and gain benefit from their mindful strategy planning.