Burak Bugrahan Sezer

ACTECON (Istanbul)
Lawyer (Associate)

Burak Buğrahan Sezer mainly works in competition, regulation and anti-dumping projects. He also assists the ACTECON team in day-to-day competition advisory services. Burak holds his bachelor degree from Bilkent University (2018). Burak is fluent in English.

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ACTECON (Istanbul)
Bilkent University - Law School (Ankara)
ACTECON (Istanbul)
ACTECON (Istanbul)

Articles

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Barış Yüksel, Nabi Can Acar, Burak Bugrahan Sezer The Turkish Competition Authority fines a Dutch company for obstructing parallel trade to Turkish energy solution market (Arti Marin / Mastervolt)

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Introduction On 29.01.2020, Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) announced its final decision (“Final Decision”) concerning the investigation conducted against Artı Marin Mobil Enerji Sistemleri Inc. (“Artı Marin”) and Mastervolt International Holding BV (“Mastervolt”), a Netherlands based energy (...)

Bahadır Balkı, Nabi Can Acar, Burak Bugrahan Sezer The Spanish Competition Authority initiates second-phase examination in connection with an acquisition of a white cement production base (Çimsa / Cemex)

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Çimsa Çimento ve San. ve Tic. A.Ş. (“ Çimsa ”), a Turkey based international cement manufacturer has made a notification to the National Commission on Markets and Competition (“ CNMC ” in Spanish) on 05.06.2019 for its agreement with CEMEX S.A.B. de C.V (“ Cemex ”), aimed to purchase Cemex’s Buñol (...)

Barış Yüksel, Burak Bugrahan Sezer, Ayberk Kurt The Turkish Competition Authority fines a consumer electronics company for resale price maintenance in online sales (Sony)

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Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) published its reasoned decision which concludes the investigation that was initiated on September 7, 2017 regarding the activities of Sony Eurasia Pazarlama A.Ş. (“Sony”). The main focus of the investigation was the allegations with respect to violation of Law (...)

Bahadır Balkı, Nabi Can Acar, Burak Bugrahan Sezer The Turkish Competition Authority fines an undertaking for abusing of its dominant position via implementing exclusionary MFC clauses in its agreements (Yemeksepeti)

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With the developments in online services, our habits in everyday life has been changing rapidly. Nowadays, one can cater any of its needs via websites or simple smartphone apps instantly. And all these developments have also been reflected its effects on maybe one of our most common and (...)

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