We are Stibbe Cartels specialists

We have expertise in helping corporations develop coordinated cross-border strategies should they become the subject of national or multi-jurisdictional investigations.


In recent years, antitrust authorities have stepped up their action against national, European and worldwide cartels. We advise corporations on how they could avoid procedures and assist them should they become subject to investigation. 

Our international team consists of specialists in cartels, criminal & civil litigation and labour law. Working together on antitrust cases as one cohesive team, they develop coordinated cross-border strategies and advice in many legal areas.

They have first-hand experience in numerous antitrust investigations including dawn-raids and the immediate tactical assessment of a corporation’s position to the fact finding, administrative processes and subsequent appeals. Swift action is taken in situations where time is of the essence, such as ‘whistleblowing’ cases.

As a firm we place great emphasis on avoiding cartel procedures by providing regular training and advice on competition law compliance with clients.

On a cross-border level, we maintain strong relationships with leading law firms in jurisdictions around the world enabling us to provide sound judgment in all cartel cases.

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