Competition law

At Mrowiec Fiałek and Partners, we provide advisory services related to competition and consumer protection law, in particular related to concentration regulations in mergers and acquisitions.

Our lawyers offer comprehensive support in this area, including:

  • assessing the obligation to notify competition regulators of intended concentration in mergers and acquisitions and issues of shares paid in-kind, among other situations.
  • issuing legal opinions regarding the existence of the obligation to notify competition regulators of intended concentration;
  • preparation the documentation necessary to notify competition regulators of intended concentration, including collecting all data from entities participating in the concentration;
  • representing clients in proceedings before competition regulators;
  • advising the seller in connection with an investor preparing a notification of intended concentration, including providing support in collecting all necessary data and issuing opinions on the notification of intended concentration prepared by the investor.

Completed projects

  • Redan S.A.

    Advice on the sale of a subsidiary, TopSecret sp. z o.o., to the main shareholder of Redan, resulting in the divested company’s exclusion from the Redan capital group.

  • Polski Holding Nieruchomości S.A.

    Advice on the procedure for notifying the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection of intended concentration in connection with a share capital increase and the issue of series E shares, addressed to the State Treasury and paid in-kind in the form of shares in Centrum Biurowe Plac Grunwaldzki S.A. and Przedsiębiorstwo Budownictwa Przemysłowego “Chemobudowa-Kraków” S.A.

  • Work Service S.A.

    Advice on issues related to the obligation to notify competition regulators of intended concentration in connection with acquiring a strategic investor and concluding a conditional investment agreement with Gi International S.R.L.

  • Clovin S.A.

    Advising a Polish cleaning products manufacturer on issues related to the obligation to notify competition regulators of intended concentration in connection with the sale of a majority stake in Avallon to a Polish private equity fund.

  • Value4Capital

    Advice on issues related to the obligation to notify competition regulators of intended concentration in connection with the sale of the Konsalnet group’s activities in the private security sector, including physical security, GPS monitoring, technical security systems, and video surveillance.

  • ZAP Sznajder Batterien S.A.

    Advice on issues related to the obligation to notify competition regulators of intended concentration in connection with the acquisition of 100% of the shares in NEF Battery Holding S.à r.l., which is the majority shareholder in Orzeł Biały S.A.

  • Unimil S.A.

    Advice in proceedings before the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection regarding reported violations of competition and consumer protection regulations.

  • Company in the financial industry

    Advice on the obligation to obtain the consent of the President of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection for a concentration involving the acquisition of 100% of the shares in a limited liability company.

  • Public company

    Advice on conducting transaction negotiations and due diligence in accordance with the regulations on the acquisition of control and prohibited agreements between competitors.

Practices
  1. 01. Mergers and acquisitions
  2. 02. Private equity, venture capital
  3. 03. Acquiring an investor
  4. 04. Share offers
  5. 05. Bond issues
  6. 06. Due diligence
  7. 07. Restructuring
  8. 08. Real estate
  9. 09. Collateral administration
  10. 10. Investment funds
  11. 11. Acquisitions, capital market transactions
  12. 12. Regulatory advice
  13. 13. Dispute resolution
  14. 14. Obtaining financing
  15. 15. Corporate law
  16. 16. Competition law
  17. 17. Manager option programs
  18. 18. Labour law
  19. 19. Intellectual property
  20. 20. Personal data protection