“Advises on all aspects of UK and EU competition law.”
Competition law has a significant impact on businesses. It applies not only to mergers, state aid and public procurement, but also to day-to-day commercial agreements and practices.
Whether you are experiencing operational issues, minimising risks of anti-competitive behaviour, are being investigated by a regulator, are being sued or are embarking on a programme to sue, our highly experienced competition specialists will help protect your enterprise.
We can also provide excellent advice to show you how the law can be used to your commercial advantage.
Examples of how are Competition team specialists have successfully helped clients, across a wide range of industry sectors, include advising:
“The team’s expertise and understanding of the way in which the Co-operation and Competition Panel were likely to approach the merger business case was extremely helpful in developing the strategic approach the Trust undertook.”
The doctrine of legal privilege prevents an investigator from seeing documents which have been created for the purpose of obtaining and giving legal advice.
We highlight a claim brought by 2 Travel Group plc against Cardiff City Transport Services Limited for damages pursuant to section 47A of the Competition Act 1998.
Sarah Rees comments on the recent decision by the OFT to refer the anticipated acquisition of Gala Casinos Ltd by Rank Group Plc to the Competition Commission.