It provides consultancy and litigation services to all subjects such as especially supervision of compliance of the companies with competition rules while conducting its activities, performing of objection procedures against the decisions of the Competition Board, antitrust and antidumping matters.
Why do we have Competition Law?
In Turkish law, the issue of competition is regulated in the Law on the Protection of Competition numbered 4054. The Law established the Turkish Competition Authority to ensure the continuation and development of the goods and services markets in a free and healthy competitive environment and to observe the implementation of the Law. To this end, the Authority takes necessary steps in order to promote the culture and environment of competition and to constitute the decisions and actions of the public within the framework of a competitive understanding. It conducts the necessary research to develop or protect the economics and competition of competition. It establishes and develops new competition policies, and then makes contributions to them.
What are we doing?
Cases for material and moral damages arising from unfair competition
Cancellation of administrative fines and sanctions
Applications of exemption
Representation in Competition Authority Investigations
Cases for damages arising from violation of competition law
Competition violation determination cases
Audit and regulation of competition law in mergers, acquisitions, and joint ventures
Legal audit and regulations on Abuse of Dominant Position
Legal audit in terms of permits, exemptions and negative declaratory
Competition law audit after Privatization Practices and Tenders
Consultancy on the procedure in the review and research of the Competition Authority
Supply of necessary information and documents on vertical agreements in competition law
Provision of legal audit in terms of Inter-Enterprise Contacts, Decisions of the Association of Undertakings and Compliant Actions
Inspection of Concentrations
Providing consultancy services in the office, by telephone or in writing during working hours