ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law (Istanbul)

Cansu İnce

ELIG Gürkaynak Attorneys-at-Law (Istanbul)
Associate

Cansu İnce is a junior associate at the competition and regulatory department of ELIG Gurkaynak Attorneys-at-Law. She holds an LL.B. degree from Istanbul Bilgi University, Faculty of Law (2016). Before joining ELIG Gurkaynak in 2021, she has worked for a prestigious law firm while devoting a majority of her time to competition law, mergers & acquisitions, commercial and corporate law and litigation. She deals with merger control proceedings, restrictive practices and cartel investigations. She is a member of Istanbul Bar since 2018. She is fluent in English.

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Articles

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Gönenç Gürkaynak, Ebru Ince, Cigdem Gizem Okkaoglu, Cansu İnce, Evgeniya Deveci, Petek Guven The Turkish Competition Authority grants an individual exemption for five years to a “frequent flyer cooperation agreement” between a national airline and a bank (Turkish Airlines / Kuveyt Turk)

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This case summary includes an analysis of the Turkish Competition Board’s (“Board”) Turkish Airlines and Kuveyt Turk exemption decision in which the Board determined that the "THY Frequent Flyer Program Miles&Smiles Credit Card Cooperation Agreement" (“Agreement”) cannot be issued a negative (...)

Gönenç Gürkaynak, Cigdem Gizem Okkaoglu, Cansu İnce, Evgeniya Deveci, Petek Guven The Turkish Competition Authority issues a decision on the analysis of alleged price coordination of undertakings in the welding sector underscoring the importance of economic analysis when investigating infringement complaints (Magmaweld / Oerlikon / Askaynak / Gedik)

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I Introduction On July 29, 2019 a complaint was brought to the Turkish Competition Authority’s (“Authority”) attention, which alleged that certain undertakings operating in the welding sector acted together and subsequently violated the Law No. 4054 on the Protection of Competition (“Law No. (...)

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