In many countries the economic system in practice is free market economy. This system is a self-driving system where the national economy is not managed from a central point, but finds its direction according to market dynamics in a liberal approach. Elements like quantities of offer and demand, price levels, product quality, etc. are determined by markets. The road to a healthy free market passes through healthy competition in economic terms.
Since an entirely uncontrolled market may create a concentration towards monopolisation, markets are allowed to run under certain rules under control of the Competition Authority, a regulatory and organising authority.
We provide our clients with result oriented legal support with our attorneys specialised in competition law acting as both attorneys in law and legal counsellors in order to conclude all procedures in and against favour of clients in the shortest possible time and in the most effective manner, including applications to the competition authority for exemption for real and legal bodies obligated to apply to the authority, petitions for beneficiary determination, lawsuits against administrative fines against favour, damage suits against unfair competition or in accord with the competition authority decisions in favour or objections against damage suits filed against favour.