The Turkish Administrative Court decides that the practices based on secondary legislation in force cannot be deemed as violation of the competition law (EMO)

Introduction On 13 October 2020, the Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) announced that Ankara 17th Administrative Court (“Court”) suspended [1] the TCA’s decision fining the practices of Electrical Engineers Chamber (Elektrik Mühendisleri Odası – “EMO [2]”) with respect to the establishment of minimum fees for the services to be rendered by the concerned professionals. [3] and on 5 November 2020, 8th Administrative Chamber of Ankara Regional Administrative Court (“Regional Court”) rejected the TCA’s appeal against this suspension decision. [4] All those decisions are highly recommended readings since: the Court’s decision is one of the rare judgments in which the Court resolved in favour of a suspension request, the Court’s suspension judgment demonstrates that the TCA’s above-mentioned

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Ertuğrul Can Canbolat, Caner Cesit, Alper Karafil, The Turkish Administrative Court decides that the practices based on secondary legislation in force cannot be deemed as violation of the competition law (EMO), 13 October 2020, e-Competitions October 2020, Art. N° 98502

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