The right to fairness.
Competition law serves to maintain the efficiency of competition and to prevent interferences and tampering with competition. Competition law is mainly composed of the German Law against Restraints of Competition, Community law and the German Law against Unfair Competition. The German Law against Restraints of Competition, the EC treaty and the pertinent EU provision form the main bases of anti-trust law and are to protect the institution of competition in public interest. The German Law against Unfair Competition on the other hand serves mostly to protect individual interests, i.e. the protection of competitors from each other or the protection of the consumer from abuses of competition. In addition, there are also regulations at European level.
Against the background of these laws, it is of decisive importance to determine whether an act of competition is to be considered as fair or unfair and/or admissible or objectionable according to anti-trust law. This delineation is often difficult and not clearly apparent. Therefore, a rich experience and a well-founded knowledge of laws and case law are prerequisites for the legal assessment of acts of competition and for taking action against illegal acts of competition.
You will find this expertise at DR. VOLKER VOSSIUS, which will pursue your claims and interests in the area of competition law competently and with all the means available before the respective courts.
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