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Companies around the world face increased enforcement of antitrust and competition law, including merger control. Managing this challenge requires experienced antitrust lawyers who both understand the issues facing businesses, and have the legal expertise to create innovative solutions that steer clear of antitrust and competition problems. Dentons has a team of expert competition lawyers based in the Middle East, leveraging a deep knowledge of the local antitrust law and enforcement landscape for the benefit of our clients.
Across the Middle East, we give clients access to an unrivalled network of offices and associated offices, having opened our first office in the region in Cairo in 1964. Over 40 years on the ground has allowed us to develop long-standing relationships with business communities and governments, and unrivalled understanding of the legal and business environment in which clients operate.
Our contacts, particularly in government and municipal departments, allow us to appreciate the importance not only of what competition law says, but also of how it is applied. With our experience of precedent-setting decisions and transactions, and our familiarity with regulatory processes, clients rely on us to deliver critical insights in this field.
We partner with our clients to manage complex competition investigations, merger proceedings and litigation. While concentrating on business goals, we handle investigations by antitrust authorities, ensure merger clearance for acquisitions and joint ventures, and help minimize risks that commercial agreements will face legal challenges.
We protect our clients’ interests through industry-focused advice on current competition and antitrust rules. Whether assisting with the launch of global compliance programs or defending businesses against alleged violations of antitrust rules, regionally or internationally, our lawyers are by our clients’ sides every step of the way.
Dentons is proud to announce that 17 of our lawyers from Africa, Europe, Middle East and the United States have made it into The Legal 500 Hall of Fame, as lawyers at the pinnacle of the profession.
Dentons ranked No. 4 overall in Law360’s 2015 Largest Practice Groups Report, the annual ranking of the largest 100 US firms by global partner head count. The Firm also ranked among the top 25 in 10 practice areas: bankruptcy, competition, environmental, insurance, intellectual property, labor and employment, mergers and acquisitions, product liability, real estate, and securities and white collar litigation.
The Sultanate of Oman is the longest continually independent Arab country in modern history, having marked the 45th anniversary of its establishment last year. Looking to the future the Sultanate's long term strategy, Vision 2020 seeks to support growth, to diversify away from oil and gas and to create employment opportunities for Omanis in the private sector.
Oman's new Competition Protection and Monopoly Prevention Law (the Law) published in December 2014 (Sultani Decree 67/2014) raises important compliance issues for companies doing business in Oman. The Law introduces a new merger control regime as well as prohibiting restrictive agreements and abuse of market dominance. It also bans agreements or arrangements that are aimed at the monopolisation of markets.
Oman's new Competition and Anti-Monopoly Law (the Competition Law) published in December 2014 (Sultani Decree 67/2014) raises important compliance issues for companies doing business in Oman. The law introduces a new merger control regime as well as prohibiting restrictive agreements and abuse of market dominance. It also bans agreements or arrangements that are aimed at the monopolisation of markets.
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