Antimonopoly law

REVERA’s lawyers render assistance to clients in obtaining authorisations from the antimonopoly regulator for the acquisition of assets, under M&A transactions and for the purposes of complicated antimonopoly investigations and arrangement of antimonopoly compliance systems. Also, we have amassed a wealth of experience in solving antimonopoly disputes and disputes involving unfair competition.

Due to a great number of accomplished projects and an in-depth knowledge of the competition legislation, our Antitrust Law Practice enjoys an unblemished reputation in the national market. We advise foreign companies and major Belarusian corporates on a vast range of services pertaining to antimonopoly law:

  1. Obtaining authorisations from the antimonopoly regulator for the purpose of transactions involving shares and acquisition of property, M&A transactions;
  2. Obtaining authorisations from the antimonopoly regulator for the purpose of restructuring;
  3. Obtaining authorisations from the antimonopoly regulator for the purpose of concentration and concerted actions;
  4. Obtaining authorisations for registration of holding companies, unions and other associations;
  5. Obtaining expert opinions from the antimonopoly regulator on the compliance of agreements or concerted actions of business entities to antimonopoly laws;
  6. Protection and representation of clients in the course of antimonopoly and cartel investigations;
  7. Elaboration and implementation of antimonopoly compliance programmes;
  8. Antimonopoly auditing;
  9. Resolution of disputes in the sphere of antimonopoly regulation
    • Acknowledgment of actions involving use of a trademark as unfair competition; 
    • Acknowledgment of agreements or concerted actions of business entities as restriction of competition; 
    • Recovery of damages inflicted due to actions violating antimonopoly legislation; 
    • Contestation of a decision of the antimonopoly regulator.

*Representation of interests in court is carried out by independent lawyers.

Strong practice with solid corporate restructuring expertise. Also strong corporate, M&A and competition advice.

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Advising Renault’s official dealer on anti-monopoly risks pertaining to dealership contract and anti-monopoly risks pertaining to corporate group structuring.

Protection of a major retail chain against MART

Protecting client’s rights in appealing a decision of the anti-monopoly regulator acknowledging client’s actions as a violation of the anti-monopoly laws.

Protecting a major retailer from unfair competition

Representation of a major Belarusian retailer in the case involving a violation of fair business competition principles. The project involved many petitions to state authorities, including the anti-monopoly regulator, due to competitors’ violations of business competition laws by way of unfair advertising, in particular violations of rules of promotional games.


Advising on including a group of companies in the Register od dominant business entitites, and on the matters of exterritoriality of Belarusian anti-monopoly laws and application of Belarusian law abroad; analysis of internal agreements and policies with respect to anti-monopoly risks, obtaining anti-monopoly regulator’s permit for dealing in stocks.


Representation of Samsung in a case involving unconscientious activities of an individual that ahd registered domain and used it to place advertising hyperlinks on web-pages of some online stores. REVERA represented Samsung in a judicial proceeding in the Supreme Court of the Republic of Belarus, with the result that the domain was conferred to the client.


A Belarusian dealer of a foreign manufacturer had registered a principal’s trademark in the territory of Belarus. in course of the judicial proceeding, registration of trademark was acknowledged unfair competition. Afterwards, with the participation of REVERA, the client gained the right to the trademark in accordance with an agreement signed by the parties extrajudicially.