Some types of behaviour, for example price fixing, are never permissible.
Failure to comply with the competition rules can have serious implications for your business, including:
Others may be allowed where the market share of the relevant party does not exceed a certain threshold, or there is an objective justification.
Where clients have a significant share of a particular market, we help them identify competition concerns at an early stage, and to find pragmatic solutions. We can also provide training and workshops on the fundamental principles of competition law.
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