Large and medium-sized companies encounter competition law in many aspects of their business. In their dealings and exchanges of sensitive information with competitors, customers and suppliers, they must be sure not infringe the cartel prohibition. Failure to do so can result in heavy fines, considerable reputational damage, civil damages claims, the nullity of contracts and exclusion from public tenders. Companies having a dominant position must also ensure that they do not to abuse their market power.
When companies have plans to engage in mergers, acquisitions or joint ventures, they potentially face the need to obtain merger control and foreign direct investment (FDI) approvals in global jurisdictions. To help you navigate these challenges successfully, our experienced team offers a full range of advisory services in relation to EU and national competition law.
Digital transformation is all about using the latest technology to improve your business model. Digital technology creates new business opportunities which in turn creates a whole new range of tax and legal challenges such as contracting, data protection, privacy questions, intellectual property, consumer protection and competition issues.
On 19 August, Loyens & Loeff submitted input on OECD’s Progress Report on Amount A of Pillar One.
The implications of the COVID-19 pandemic reach across borders, industries, and legal disciplines. That is why Loyens & Loeff has set up dedicated expert teams - to offer you an integrated answer to all your legal and tax questions related to the coronavirus outbreak.
Op 12 maart 2020 werd door het kabinet aangekondigd dat vanwege COVID-19 iedereen die daartoe in staat was de komende twee weken thuis moest werken.