Competition, Trade & Regulatory

Competition, Trade & Regulatory - Belgium

Practical legal advice that addresses your commercial needs

Competition, trade and regulatory laws are evolving all the time, and their impact on business strategy is increasing. We offer expert competition and antitrust legal advice in order to help you navigate the complexities of rapidly changing and increasingly global markets.

Our competition and regulatory lawyers in Brussels provide exceptional full-service advice on EU and national competition law in relation to both contentious and non-contentious matters. They advise clients across all sectors on all areas of competition law, including:

  • Mergers, joint ventures and complex cross border transactions
  • Cartel investigations, leniency applications and settlements
  • Vertical and horizontal agreements
  • Dominance and behavioural issues
  • Audits and general compliance work
  • State aid
  • Regulatory advice
  • Litigation and arbitration.

Our international, multi-skilled lawyers also cover regulatory, public procurement and international trade and customs law issues, including anti-dumping and anti-subsidies investigations.

Legal certainty and reduced risk

Supported by our law firm’s litigation practice, our competition lawyers represent clients in administrative competition infringement proceedings and competition litigation.

We build long term relationships with our clients who include major international enterprises and key players across different industry sectors for whom we handle a range of different matters.

"King & Wood Mallesons shows great commercial awareness in competition matters."

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21 June 2016

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21 June 2016

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