Competition/European Law Department

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Competition law largely affects all companies, regardless of their size. Sanctions for violation can be considerable both for the company and its representatives. Despite the fact that sanctions have become tougher in recent years, competition law can be used in many situations to the advantage of the company and its representatives.

Our team has long experience of preventing and handling the risks associated with competition law. We review transactions and agreements, assess abuse of dominant position and assist in contacts with the Competition Authority and the European Commission. We work with compliance programmes, advise clients on dawn raids and act as counsel in litigation and arbitration.

 Our lawyers also work on matters of free movement, state aid and regulatory questions. We assess whether Swedish legislation is compliant with EU law, interpret EU legislation and provide training in these matters.

 Our clients’ needs determine how we work. That is why we are particularly pleased when our clients describe us as a team with good commercial understanding. That is precisely how we want to be perceived.