Competition Law allows companies and individuals to file claims for behaviour or agreements that breach competition law.
Abuse of a dominant position in contractual relations and the imposition of unfair prices or commercial conditions cause significant economic damage to competitors, clients and suppliers of the offending companies.
At AGM Abogados we provide comprehensive and specialised advice on issues of collusive conduct, abuse of dominant position and acts of unfair competition that affect the public interest by distorting competition.
Who do we advise?
At AGM Abogados we advise companies that are or may be affected by competition law breaches or sanctions, groups of companies and/or associations.
What are our main Competition law services?
Companies affected by Competition law breaches
Our services include the following:
- Strategy and preparation of claims for damages arising from breaches of competition law.
- Collaboration in the preparation of expert reports on the quantification of damages.
- Representation and defence before the courts in proceedings of this nature.
- Strategy and formulation of means of defence for breaching companies against claims.
Companies sanctioned for Competition law breaches
In the case of companies that have been sanctioned for breaches of competition law, we provide appropriate specialist advice, especially in competition law regulations and figures, such as:
- The passing-on defence.
- The statute of limitations for actions.
- Preliminary judgement.
- The operation of the discovery.
We devise strategies that can mitigate or minimise the risks of administrative sanctions and the serious economic consequences that may be incurred by defendant companies, as well as the independent or subsequent actions for damages that may follow.
Why choose our Competition law services?
- We have experience in advising clients both preventively and in the face of investigations carried out by EU and national authorities, as well as third party claims.
- Likewise, we act as compliance officers in those corporate groups or Associations where it is appropriate to implement or strengthen mechanisms to protect effective competition in the markets, as well as to avoid future sanctions in accordance with the community regulatory regime.
Do you need advice on Competition law?
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