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Our team of competition law specialists operating from our offices in the UK, Germany and China deliver pragmatic commercial advice designed to minimise clients' exposure to competition law risks. Many of our clients are leaders in their market sectors and we have extensive experience and knowledge of the business implications and legal complexities this brings. We also have experience of co-coordinating...
Whether you are a public body, utility who regularly procures contracts under OJEU tender processes or a contractor bidding for those contracts, we can help. Our highly regarded team acts for clients in delivering effective and compliant procurements, and structuring projects lawfully outside the scope of the procurement rules. We can also advise you on bringing and defending procurement challenges,...
We regularly represent clients on the contentious aspects of competition law including private actions for damages, State aid, public procurement and EU law, before national courts (especially in the UK and Germany) and before the EU General Court and Court of Justice in Luxembourg. We also regularly advise on competition law issues in arbitration proceedings and other forms of alternative dispute...
Pinsent Masons has a strong and growing State aid practice, mainly advising the recipients of potential State Aid. The team has particular experience of projects involving interlinking State Aid, competition and public procurement issues.
We have an experienced team of specialist competition lawyers, able to advise on all aspects of EU and German competition law – including merger control, antitrust and litigation – operating from our Munich office.
We are fluent in advising clients on the commercial implications of European Union Law, ranging from the four fundamental EU freedoms (free movement of people, goods and capital and the freedom to provide services) to more diverse areas such as health and safety and the environment.