Our law firm is one of the leading legal service providers in Turkey with a strong reputation in competition law. We understand that ensuring compliance with the Law on the Protection of Competition No. 4054 and other relevant legislation can be challenging, and that is why we are here to help.

Our Competition Law Department offers a comprehensive range of services to help our clients comply with the competition law requirements. Our team of experienced lawyers provides expert advice on all types of agreements, practices, and decisions that prevent, distort, or restrict competition. We have the expertise to identify potential issues and provide solutions to ensure that our clients are fully compliant with the competition law regulations.

We also specialize in assisting our clients with notifications to the Turkish Competition Board for merger and acquisition transactions, and we represent them during the review process. Our team of competition lawyers is well-versed in the competition law requirements and can provide our clients with the necessary guidance to ensure that their transactions meet the regulatory requirements.

In addition to mergers and acquisitions, our team also advises and represents clients during investigations related to abuse of dominance by companies that hold a dominant position in the market. We monitor the market for competition violations and keep our clients informed about any cases that may affect them.

We understand the importance of drafting and reviewing joint venture, supply, exclusive distribution, agency, license, service, and subcontractor agreements that comply with competition law. Our team of lawyers works closely with our clients to ensure that their agreements are fully compliant with competition law regulations.

Furthermore, we are committed to keeping up to date with legislative amendments in the European Union Law to provide our clients with the best possible advice. Our team of competition lawyers stays up-to-date with the latest developments in competition law and regulations.