Competition legislation is designed to ensure fair trading, consumer protection and market integrity. And if your business doesn’t conform, the impact will be painful.

The Competition & Consumer Act protects consumers from the effects of bad business practice like misuse of market power and predatory pricing. To keep compliant, call Antunes.    

Australia’s competition and consumer legislation is something we can be proud of as a country, because we’re a shining example of how to protect our general public from shady corporate policies, and we can say with our head held high that our commercial landscape in underpinned by integrity.

The important thing for your business is ensure that you successfully achieve and relentlessly maintain flawless compliance in every corner where the Competition & Consumer Act affects how you operate. Antunes is at the leading edge of competition law, and we’re at your service.

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Protect your business reputation by complying with competition law.

There’s a very long list of unscrupulous activities that Australian consumers are protected from as a result of our competition legislation – illegal trading cartels, misuse of market power, predatory pricing, exclusive dealing and resale price maintenance to name just a few.

Antunes Lawyers specialises in protecting your business’s reputation by ensuring you comply with every piece of relevant legislation, so you can execute strategy with the complete confidence that comes with knowing you’re squeaky clean in terms of consumer law.

Ask the competition regulation experts, put your reputation in safe hands. 

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