Competition Law (Anti-Trust) affects every business operating in the world today. The application of competition law necessitates a sound understanding of its principles.
A merger refers to the change of control in a business where specified turnover or asset values are reached as prescribed by the Competition Act. Implementation without approval carries serious penalties. Further anticompetitive examples are - tender collusion, price fixing, anticompetitive conduct between competitors, firms and their suppliers or clients, abuse of dominance, minimum resale prices - all with grave consequences when breached. Our Competition Law services include:
- Merger advice, notifications and approvals across a range of industries;
- Abuse of dominance and prohibited horizontal and vertical agreements;
- Competition law implications on commercial agreements;
- Training / Education;
- Representation at Competition Tribunal.