Expertise in Philippine Competition and Antitrust Laws

    We offer legal advice and services concerning competition and antitrust laws, specifically Republic Act No. 10667, otherwise known as the Philippine Competition Act of 2015.  Our firm prosecutes and defends cases on unfair competition, abuse of dominant position, unilateral conduct, cartels, anti-competitive agreements, price fixing, illegal combinations, hoarding, profiteering, tying, bundling, coordination, bid rigging or manipulation, abuse of market power, predatory behavior, and other arrangements which have the effect of substantially preventing, restricting or lessening competition in the relevant market.

     Furthermore, we handle mergers and acquisitions which fall under the merger review of the Philippine Competition Commission.

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     Nicolas & De Vega Law Offices is a full service law firm in the Philippines. You may visit us at the 16th Flr., Suite 1607 AIC Burgundy Empire Tower, ADB Ave., Ortigas Center, 1605 Pasig City, Metro Manila, Philippines. You may also call us at +632 84706126, +632 84706130, +632 84016392.

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