Antitrust and Competition
We have extensive experience in supporting multinational companies across a broad range of industry sectors in all aspects of Turkish antitrust and competition law, including: cartels and other types of agreements between competitors, abuses of dominance, merger control, the licensing and use of intellectual property rights, the establishment and operation of distribution systems and state aid.
Our work is always geared to the client’s business activity and is designed to be pragmatic and engaging in order to ensure optimum buy-in from employees.
From experience, we know that anticipation of regulators’ concerns and a proper understanding of their working methods are key factors to a successful project. Therefore, we work regularly with the Turkish Competition Authority and have in-depth knowledge of antitrust priorities, approaches and processes, and the internal workings of the authority.
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22 March 2021
In our previous newsletter, we summarized and examined the key aspects of the de minimis principle which was introduced by the Draft Communiqué on Agreements, Concerted Practices, and Conducts of…Read more
11 March 2021
Draft regulation on settlement procedure is published
New amendments to the Law No. 4054 on the Protection of Competition (the Competition Law) have introduced several new concepts to the Turkish competition law practice, including the settlement…Read more
02 March 2021
New communiqué on commitments procedureRead more