Competition in context
Addressing the business implications and risks of antitrust issues
Global businesses and their senior executives face significant domestic and international competition issues arising out of merger activity, relationships with third parties, compliance, investigations, regulatory enforcement, criminal proceedings and civil litigation. Our antitrust and competition hub is designed to assist you in navigating the evolving and increasingly complex regulatory, compliance and government enforcement environment.
The new EU Foreign Subsidies Regulation (FSR)
Ward Atterbury, Sophie Bertin, and Miranda Cole will delve into the requirements and learn how best to prepare your business for the FSR.
Hong Kong: Competition law fact sheet
Overview of the main provisions of the Competition Ordinance, and discussion of the enforcement regime and recent enforcement trends.
Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: New regulatory regime for digital firms with Strategic Market Status
The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill (the Bill) was introduced into Parliament on 25 April and is expected to enter into force in 2024.
Indonesia: Competition law fact sheet
Overview of the main provisions of the Law on the Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition, and discussion of the enforcement regime and recent enforcement trends.
Digital Markets, Competition and Consumers Bill: Significant consumer law reforms
The Digital Markets, Competition and Consumer Bill (the Bill) was introduced into Parliament this week and is expected to enter into force later this year or in early 2024.
Antitrust and competition law in Asia
Our Asia Competition Law facts sheets provide insights into the main competition law regimes across Asia, reflecting the...
Cooperation between competitors
Businesses operating on the same market level need to ensure compliance with EU competition law when entering into coope...
Let's talk antitrust
View discussions between members of Norton Rose Fulbright’s antitrust and competition practice and leading competition law expert Richard Whish KC.