Competition law in Slovakia

Ranking of largest law firms and their major deals for this category.

(Source: TASR)

In this article, we are bringing the 2022 ranking of law firms in the Competition law category.

Largest firms’ major deals

  1. HAVEL & PARTNERS
    Deal: Slovak Post (2018 – 3Q/2022); The Slovak Antimonopoly Office imposed commitments on Slovenská pošta. It has proceeded to an amicable solution and imposed no fine on the company.
  2. URBAN GAŠPEREC BOŠANSKÝ
    Deal: LITA (2021 – Ongoing); Representation of LITA before the Slovak Antimonopoly Office regarding the alleged exploitation of a dominant position - charging unreasonably high prices.
  3. Aldertree legal
    Deal: Legrand SA (2021 – 1Q/2022); Representation of Legrand SA in the Slovak merger clearance procedure on its acquisition of the EMOS CZ Group before the Slovak Antimonopoly Office.

The Slovak Spectator, in cooperation with the Finstat company, has been bringing the professional and general public a more comprehensive picture of law services in Slovakia since 2014.

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