Competing fairly in business: at-a-glance guide to competition law
- Competition and Markets Authority
- Part of:
- Competition law compliance: guidance for businesses, Competing fairly in business: advice for small businesses, Cystadlu'n deg mewn busnes: cyngor i fusnesau bach, Competition Act 98 and cartels guidance, and Competition Act and cartels
- First published:
- 18 November 2015
Explains the main things businesses need to know to stay on the right side of competition law and to spot and report illegal activity.
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This one-page guide summarises the main types of business behaviour that are illegal under competition law. It can help you recognise what activities to avoid.
It also explains how you can spot and report potential illegal activity by other businesses.
The guide includes links to:
You can also take our short quiz to test your knowledge of different types of anti-competitive behaviour that can be illegal, and there is a checklist you can use to see if you are in danger of breaking the law.
Please note, these materials do not constitute legal advice and should not be relied upon as such.
Published: 18 November 2015