Competition and Litigation
Competition cases are not conducted in a political vacuum. This presents risks but also opportunities for parties involved in an investigation. Legal arguments may not always be sufficient to convince the authorities or mitigate the impact of its decisions. Major cases will resonate in the international media, and decisions blocking a merger or imposing a hefty fine represent reputational and financial hazards for which the parties concerned ideally will have developed an adequate response.
GPLUS has a long track record of working on the largest European antitrust, cartel and mergers, state aid and tax cases as well as trade disputes and sanctions. We work hand in glove with your law firm, economic experts and communication teams, both in Europe and globally.
Our senior advisors are well-known in the competition policy arena because of the cases they have handled and the positions they have previously occupied. GPLUS combines this first-hand expertise with a strong record in crisis communications and management.
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