​Compliance with competition law is extremely important for companies with commercial operations in Luxembourg. The authority in charge of the enforcement of competition law in Luxembourg, the Conseil de la concurrence, has become very active over recent years, investigating competition law infringements across a broad spectrum of sectors and not hesitating to use its powers.

Table of contents

  1. The risks of not complying with competition law
  2. Ensuring compliance with competition law
  3. Culture to implement within a company in order to ensure compliance
  4. Opportunities created by competition law

Appendix

  • Chart 1 - Horizontal cooperation agreements between undertakings
  • Chart 2 - Vertical cooperation agreements between undertakings
  • Chart 3 - Abuse of dominance

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Philippe-Emmanuel Partsch is the partner in charge of the EU Financial & Competition Law practice of Arendt & Medernach. He specialises in EU and Luxembourg competition law, regulatory aspects of mergers and acquisitions, State aid rules, EU banking and financial law, tax law, telecommunications, public procurement and environmental law. Philippe-Emmanuel advises a wide range of public and private clients, both nationally and internationally, on EU and competition law and sectoral regulation. He represents them before regulatory authorities and the EU and national courts. In addition, he is a member of several high-level Committees within the Luxembourg financial sector and of the Comité Fra...

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