Orr Litchfield’s competition lawyers advise clients on a broad range of competition matters both nationally and internationally.
European competition law (and its equivalent in UK domestic law) is concerned with distortion of competition due to various forms of market abuse such as unfair pricing, the imposition of unreasonable contract terms and the exclusion of competitors. Typically these will arise from the actions of an entity which is dominant in a particular market or from market power exercised by groups through agreements or understandings between them.
Claims under competition law arise from many situations. Remedies include damages and fines or action by way of complaint to the European Commission.
We are able to use our in depth experience and knowledge of competition law and related legal issues to provide top quality, solution driven, practical and commercial advice to individuals, boards of directors, businesses and companies on a variety of competition law matters. We aim to provide clear and concise legal advice, often on complex issues of competition law, in ‘plain English’.
Our Competition Law service includes:
Market Abuse, Unfair Trading Terms, Competition Regulation, Cartels, Market Dominance, Access to Information and Data, Market Exclusion, Regulatory Compliance, Accreditation and Membership Rules, Motor Industry Practices, Corporate Advice and many other areas of competition law.
We have established a particular profile within the motor industry aftermarket.
We can advise businesses which believe that they may be the victim of abusive commercial practices as well as those which need to consider whether such claims could be brought against them.
Our competition lawyers are supported by Commercial, Corporate, Employment, Intellectual Property, Litigation and Dispute Resolution, Property and Real Estate, and Planning and Environmental legal experts where required to provide a full Competition Law service.
We work closely with pensions, tax and financial advisors to help our clients deal with their competition issues in the most efficient and effective way.
We regularly work on international competition law matters. Where required, we are able to obtain support for our clients from our international network of lawyers.
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