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Who Must Adhere to the Legal Framework for Regulating the Behaviour of Dominant Firms in Ireland?

AUTHOR(S): Helen Kelly
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: EU, Competition and Regulatory
DATE: 01.07.2019

Do you have questions in relation to the legal framework for regulating the behaviour of dominant firms in Ireland?  To whom do the rules apply and what forms of conduct can be considered abusive? Matheson’s head of the EU, Competition and Regulatory Law Group, Helen Kelly, and senior associate, Liam Heylin, answer your questions in the Ireland chapter of the 15th edition of the Lexology Getting the Deal Through series on Dominance. 

Reproduced with kind permission by Lexology Getting the Deal Through, first published in June 2019.

This document was co-authored by Liam Heylin, senior associate of Matheson’s EU, Competition and Regulatory Group.


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