We have also advised on a similar number of anti-trust cases covering competition in existing markets, new market entry, alleged abuse of a dominant position, copyright and trademark issues, state aid and cartels.
Client objectives in competition cases may include seeking an agreed settlement or acceptable undertakings to resolve particular competition issues, financial or other penalties for anti-competitive conduct, gaining unconditional approval or prohibition for particular transactions.
Today, there are more regulators with greater powers than ever before.
Breaches of competition law can lead to reputational damage, extensive financial penalties and (in some jurisdictions) the risk of individual criminal prosecutions, disqualification and subsequent damages actions. Competition and anti-trust law is highly specialised; public affairs activities work in this sector requires an equally in-depth knowledge of the rules and procedures.
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Another very important point is if the software you have is based on open source format or it is based on black box format.
New projects usually begin by developing an in-depth understanding of your issues, exploring potential scenarios and defining the best approach to achieving your goals.
Fipra, like Governments, views policy and regulation in terms of sectors.
Politicians, public officials and regulators need to have good reasons to meet and to take into account any messages delivered to them.
Knowing our clients well and understanding the context of your needs is essential to the way we work.
Delivering effective, practical advice needs requires genuine insight into your objectives and your culture.
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