EU & Competition Law

As part of our business law advice in general, we ensure that our clients have access to cutting-edge expertise in EU and competition law.

We help navigate the landscape of competition law

Our EU and competition law practice is integrated with the rest of the firm’s activities. We are accustomed to dealing with all types of competition law matters, whether these questions arise in the context of larger projects or are based on a specific question from a client. 

For companies looking to expand, for example through acquisitions or structural collaborations, we help navigate the landscape of competition law in transactions and collaborations. We also work with various types of competition law reviews on a day-to-day basis, for example, of client agreements and conduct on the market, as well as with training their executives to ensure competition law compliance.

The EU and competition law questions that we can assist with include, among others, the following:

  • Competition law in transactions, including merger control and FDI screening
  • Abuse of a dominant position
  • Cartels and other anti-competitive collusion
  • Compliance work, including internal investigations, monitoring programmes and training
  • Free movement and other general EU law
  • Distribution, licensing and other commercial agreements
  • State aid
  • Public procurement
  • Complaints to, and investigations by, competition authorities
  • Litigation and arbitration, including competition law damages disputes

Through our extensive network of contacts in other countries, we offer the possibility to coordinate international projects and international advice, where necessary.