Competition, whilst usually a good thing between businesses requiring them to innovate for the benefit of their customers, can be damaging to business if done unfairly. Competition law can be incredibly complex and the consequences of mistakes can result in monetary fines (up to 10% global turnover), jail time for individuals and disqualification for directors. It is therefore important that every business has an understanding of competition law and how to protect its position in the marketplace without affecting trade.
The purpose of competition law is to prevent businesses gaining an unfair advantage over others by regulating anti-competitive. We have a team of experts in competition law who can help you avoid breaching the law, defend an anti-competition allegation or win damages as a result of anti-competitive behaviour by other businesses.
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