Antitrust Compliance

Antitrust Compliance

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Experience

Our Services

  • Analysis of the client's business strategies and business models in relation to their compliance with the antimonopoly legislation of Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).
  • Development of codes of conduct, compliance policies, and disciplinary policies in order to prevent violations of the antimonopoly legislation of Russia and the EAEU.
  • Analysis of the potential antitrust risks and improvement of existing commercial, trade, marketing, distribution, and other policies of the client.
  • Email audit and interviews with key employees of the client for signs of violation of the antimonopoly laws of Russia and the EAEU.
  • Conducting trainings for the client's employees on compliance with the antimonopoly legislation of Russia and the EAEU and legislation on trade and foreign investments.
  • Development of tests and exercises for the client's employees to assess knowledge of the antimonopoly legislation of Russia and the EAEU and legislation on trade and foreign investments.
  • Conducting mock raids that reconstruct real unscheduled inspections by the Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russia (FAS Russia) in the client's office to ensure the employees behave correctly in the event of a real audit by the Federal Antimonopoly Service of the Russian Federation.
  • Development, implementation, and maintenance of a hotline for the client's employees to complain about violations of the antimonopoly legislation of Russia and the EAEU.

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Highlights of recent domestic and international work

LEGO and LG Electronics RUS

on the compliance of their marketing policies and distribution systems with the requirements of Russian antimonopoly legislation, as well as developed a compliance policy, and provided recommendations for mitigating identified risks.

BILLA

on compliance with antitrust and trade laws, held meetings and seminars for the client's employees on compliance with antitrust and trade law requirements. In addition, ALRUD experts developed a trade policy and cleared it with FAS Russia.

For Olympus employees

Developed and conducted large-scale antitrust training, comprising case studies and verification tests.

For employees of Mondi, the largest office paper manufacturer

held several antitrust compliance workshops.

EGIS, a global pharmaceutical manufacturer,

on the compliance of its sales system in Russia with antitrust requirements and assisted in developing its trade policies.

For the Russian division of one of the world's largest investment banks,

developed an antimonopoly policy as well as guidelines for the client's employees on dealing with competitors and government agencies, and behavior in the bidding process.

CNH Industrial, one of the world's largest manufacturers of industrial goods,

on the compliance of its distribution model in the markets of the EAEU member states, including the markets of Russia and Kazakhstan, with the EAEU antimonopoly regulation requirements.

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