Every trader deals with marketing in connection with the sale of products. According to the Marketing Act, the company is obliged to act in accordance with good marketing practice.
The concept of ” showing good marketing practice ” can be difficult for the individual to understand, and therefore our advice can make it clear where the limit is for what means are acceptable and legal.
We advise on all aspects of marketing law, including among other things:
The rules in competition law have been drawn up so that they ensure effective and fair competition between competitors and benefit all parties, including consumers and businesses.
Violation of the Competition Act can have serious consequences for the company, which can result in fines and imprisonment.
Competition law ensures, among other things, that artificially high prices and cartel formation cannot be set, a ban on abuse of a dominant position as well as mergers/acquisitions of control, where the competition authorities investigate whether competition will be hindered by a future merger and thus a possible prohibition of this merger.
We recommend that the company is careful and that a clear plan is drawn up to minimize the risk of a possible violation of the law. We are happy to assist in connection with the above and can, among other things, advise on:
We are a forward-thinking full-service law firm that advises a wide range of clients –
everything from private customers to local and national companies in the SME segment as well as international companies.