- Conclusion and Modification of All Kinds of Contracts Related with the Competition Law
- Providing All Kinds of Legal Assistance for All Issues Related with the Competition Law for Mergers and Acquisitions
- Providing All Kinds of Legal Assistance for any Investigations by the Competition Authority
- Applying Litigation or Other Dispute Settlement Methods Against Actions and Acts Resulting in Unfair Competition
The competition law consists of regulations to provide the competition system be applied regularly and uniformly in the free market economy. The purpose of this branch of the law is to prevent any agreement, decision and application hindering, corrupting or limiting the competition in the markets, to prevent any enterprises being dominant in the markets abuse such powers against competition, and to provide the competition be protected by taking any required actions and by making any regulations.
LEGAL ASSISTANCE FOR OUR CLIENTS TO FUNCTION IN A SAFE COMPETITION ENVIRONMENT
DMF LEGAL offers precise and effective legal assistance to domestic and foreign companies and their legal offices abroad by means of professionals specialized in the competition law and known with their academic studies. Some of the legal assistances provided in this area are as follows: evaluation of the clients’ activities according to the competition law; concluding all kinds of contracts related with this area including horizontal and vertical agreements; defending rights of the beneficiaries against the investigations by the Competition Board; notifying any merger and acquisition related with competition law to the Competition Board and provide any required legal assistances; executing any legal processes before the courts against any actions and acts leading unfair competition and to claim for damages in case of any loss; applying to the Competition Board in case of abuse the dominant power in the market; providing legal assistance to eliminate strategic cooperation agreements; concluding and modifying representation and distribution agreements related with the competition act; and similar issues.