ACTECON (Istanbul)

Özlem Başıböyük

ACTECON (Istanbul)
Lawyer (Associate)

Özlem Başıböyük mainly works in competition, regulation and anti-dumping projects. She also assists the ACTECON team in day-to-day competition advisory services. Özlem holds a law degree (LL.B.) from Marmara University (2014), and an LL.M. in International Commercial Law with distinction degree from Brunel University London (2017). She wrote a dissertation in the matter of “A Comparative Analysis of Merger Remedies under the European and Turkish Merger Control Regimes.” She was admitted to İstanbul Bar Association in 2015. Before joining in Actecon in 2018, Özlem worked at several law firms mainly specialized in commercial and company law. Özlem is fluent in English.

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Articles

573 Bulletin

Bahadır Balkı, Mustafa Ayna, Özlem Başıböyük The Ankara Regional Administrative Court annuls the Turkish Competition Authority’s decision that concluded a violation but no fine because the same action and subject had already previously been fined (Mey İçki)

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The Regional Administrative Court Found the Turkish Competition Authority’s Decision concerning Mey İçki Unlawful: Abuse of the Dominance Should Be Evaluated Separately in terms of Each Product Market!* Introduction The Ankara Regional Administrative Court’s 8th Administrative Chamber (“Regional (...)

Bahadır Balkı, Mustafa Ayna, Özlem Başıböyük The Turkish Competition Authority imposes record fine on four major players operating in the fuel distribution sector (Shell / BP / OPET / PO)

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Introduction In March 2020, the Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) imposed a hefty fine amounting to approximately TRY 1.5 billion in total (approx. EUR 170 million) on four undertakings operating in the fuel distribution sector, namely BP Petrolleri A.Ş. (“BP”), OPET Petrolcülük A.Ş. (“OPET”), (...)

Bahadır Balkı, Mustafa Ayna, Özlem Başıböyük The Turkish Competition Authority opens an investigation against an undertaking operating in the automotive sector in order to re-evaluate its previous decision since it was annulled by the 13th Chamber of Council of States (SCT)

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The Undertakings Operating in the Automotive Sector under the Review of the TCA Once Again* Introduction In the previous days, the Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) resolved under its decision dated 26.03.2020 and numbered 20-16/234-M to open an investigation against the undertaking (...)

Barış Yüksel, Fırat Eğrilmez, Özlem Başıböyük The Turkish Competition Authority finds the bundled sales of a telecommunication company not to be anti-competitive (TTNET)

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Turkish Competition Authority to Shape the Future of Multi-Play Services in Telecommunication Industry [TTNET] INTRODUCTION On 21 December 2018, Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) published its decision regarding the investigation conducted against TTNET A.Ş. (“TTNET”), the leading internet (...)

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