Italian and European competition law aims to promote and protect market-based competition, eliminate unfair practices, regulate market participation and prevent illegal mergers, cartels and the creation of dominant market positions. The aim is to ensure free and fair competition to protect consumers and competitors.
Companies are often confronted with competition law issues at many levels. The law firm Brandstätter has been successfully advising its clients in this respect for many years and supports them in their communication with the competent authorities.
Issues of competition law:
- Contract consulting under the aspect of competition law
- Compliance with competition law provisions
- Communication with the Italian Competition Authority (Antitrust)
- Communication with the European Competition Authority