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Competition Law


The competition law and particularly the anti-monopoly law is inseparably connected with terms like economic freedom and free market. Economic freedom assumes independence of operation of entrepreneurs. Whereas the free market is the entirety of economic events that occur among entrepreneurs operating independently and thereby undergoes constant transformations. Bath values: the economic freedom and the free market require constant protection against threats, the most serious of which include anti-competition agreements and cases of abuse of strong market position by entities possessing it. The task of our Law Firm in this scope is to protect of businesses against abuse appearing on the market, consisting in limitation of economic freedom of enterprises by other entities in particular:

  • Analysis of distribution systems in terms of their compliance with anti-monopoly regulations
  • Preparing notifications of concentrations to the Chairman of the Office for Competition and Consumer Protection
  • Representing the Clients in the proceeding before the Chairman of the Office for Competition and Consumer
  • Representing the Clients in the proceeding in the Court of the Competition and Consumer Protection
  • Representing the Clients in cases within the scope of anti-competitive agreements.
  • Representing the Clients in cases connected with the abuse of dominant position.

The Competition Law is a broad branch of law which covers the issues associated with activities having features of an Act of Unfair Competition. The task of the Law Firm in this scope is to protect the interests of entrepreneurs against illegal actions or actions contrary to good practice, in particular:

  • Using the enterprise marking that is misleading for potential clients,
  • Using false, deceitful or misleading marking of commodities and services,
  • Breach of the business secret,
  • Solicitation to termination or non-performance of an agreement,
  • Imitation of products,
  • Slander or dishonest praising,
  • Obstructing the access to the market,
  • Using unfair or forbidden advertising,
  • Organizing avalanche sale systems and conducting or organizing of activity in consortium system.