How we do it
Claims in breach of competition law may be brought in the Business and Property Courts or in the Competition Appeals Tribunal (CAT). We regularly advise clients on the benefits of each forum.
There are many ways to pursue claims which may involve collective or group proceedings. We collaborate with clients in order to pursue their claims according to their individual business needs.
We explore alternative fee arrangements, including litigation funding and Conditional Fee Arrangements in order to pursue claims cost-effectively.
Examples of competition law work
We advise clients:
affected by the price fixing cartel, involving truck manufacturers MAN, Volvo/Renault, Daimler/Mercedes, DAF, Iveco and Scania
facing dawn raids by competition authorities
on compliance with competition law and enabling them to put effective measures in place to minimise risk relating to anti-competitive activity
on collective actions resulting from breaches of competition law
on competition matters with a criminal element, i.e. bribery, corruption, fraud.