Business Law Cambridge - We counsel clients in all aspects of antitrust litigation and competition regulation during business mergers, acquisitions and restructuring. Such transactions are under constant scrutiny by government regulators. Our skilled business law counsel assists businesses to stay true to their core objectives while keeping within regulations.
We represent lots of domestic and international clients, representing them nationally before the Competition Bureau, in all levels of the court, in the Competition Tribunal, and worldwide before several competition review authorities. Professional counsel is offered on various antitrust problems: complex merger transactions, international cartel prosecutions, and predatory practices involving pricing, marketing, and distribution. Our practice is varied, involving representation of manufacturers, distributors, national and international corporations, and company directors and officers involved in the financial, electronics, energy, telecommunications, textile and pipeline sectors. We have secured negotiated resolutions together with the Competition Bureau for our client√?¬®le and have handled both criminal and civil problems.
Merger reviews have been a major focus of regulatory authorities both abroad and here. A lot of the clients that retain our services, ask us to help conduct pre-merger notification of transactions and coordinate pre-merger strategy across jurisdictions. We work regularly with competition counsel all around the globe, allowing us to lead negotiations and advocate competition issues effectively on behalf of clients whose interests cross numerous jurisdictions.
So as to avoid antitrust allegations, we often provide clients with regular recommendation. Our teams of professionals provide multi-disciplinary service and advice by crafting workable solutions and compliance programs. These would help reduce the risk of our clients facing anti-competitive behavior problems. Business practices and regulatory compliance problems are increasingly coming under quasi-criminal and criminal investigation by competition regulators. We act on behalf of clients in the following types of disputes involving relationships with customers and competitors: pricing policy matters like price fixing; minimum advertised pricing programs; suggested resale prices; promotional allowances and rebates. We have experience in marketing and distribution disputes involving abuse of dominance, territorial restrictions and exclusive relationships. A lot of these matters have sparked a large increase in class litigation. Our litigators have a wide range of experience in class action litigation.
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