Major companies are becoming extremely familiar with distribution law, and even more so with competition law. Most have in-house legal specialists for such matters. When SMEs and intermediate-sized companies enter into business relationships with a large company, as they inevitably do, they often suffer from a lack of experience in these fields of law. This asymmetrical information can result in contract terms that put smaller companies at a significant disadvantage and weaken their competitive standing.
How can you make sure that the terms of your contracts are foolproof and that your contracting partner cannot terminate the agreement if it sees something to gain by doing so?
In a sale or acquisition, how can you completely secure your interests in terms of competition law?
How can you quickly put a stop to attempts by a competitor or a supplier to undermine your business interests?
What can you do when the contract terms offered to you involve significant disparity or an abuse of a dominant position?
How can you avoid engaging in anticompetitive practices?
How can you make sure that your marketing strategy does not expose you to the risk of a fine for disparagement or unfair commercial practices?