We advise a wide range of businesses on a variety of contentious commercial issues from a competition law perspective.
This might range from defending restrictions contained in a commercial agreement that a client wishes to enforce, to challenging suspected anti-competitive arrangements or conduct on behalf of clients that have suffered harm as a result.
Using competition law, we help clients achieve satisfactory negotiated solutions; we also advise on private damages claims for those who have suffered losses as a result of breaches of competition law.
These claims may follow the infringement decisions by competition authorities, sometimes referred to as 'follow-on' actions. They may also comprise 'stand alone' claims which are not based on an existing authority decision.
We also advise clients - from a judicial review perspective – with regard to challenging competition authority decisions.