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28th March 2018

Contracts, EU & International & Competition

Commercial Contracts

We understand that the needs of our clients differ and it is always our aim to offer advice based on a thorough knowledge of our clients’ businesses, understanding their commercial priorities and timescales and responding to their needs with prompt, practical and clear advice.

 

With larger clients we work with their in-house legal team, assisting in negotiations and ensuring that contracts are up to date and appropriate.

 

In addition to acting for a wide range of SMEs, we also act regularly for multinationals on substantial contracts. We also advise on many international cross border and multi-border arrangements and transactions particularly across Europe and in the United States.

 

EU & International

If you are a business with an existing EU or international presence, or a business with the desire to develop and grow into EU or international markets, the Lamb Brooks commercial team is able to provide access to a variety of EU and International legal services with the help of our European network.

 

As a firm we are a member of Eurojuris International, a leading network of law firms. Our membership allows us access to a network of law firms all across Europe.

 

Competition Law

We have a good understanding and practical experience in dealing with both national and EU competition law issues and can advise on the complexities of governing legislation.

 

We also advise on compliance when setting recommended retail prices and selective distribution systems and the risks of any potentially uncompetitive price activities.

 

Case examples:

  • We have assisted a manufacturer and supplier of prestige goods with the setting up of a selective distribution system across Europe to avoid anti-competitive practices.
  • We have provided seminars and instruction to the European sales team of a global manufacturer. This was in relation to the ‘do’s and don’ts’ when negotiating prices and implementing pricing policies in order to avoid anti-competitive activities.

Key Contacts

Alec Brooks

Head of Company & Commercial

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