Elif Mungan is an Associate in Corporate Affairs Department of Erdem & Erdem. Her practice especially focuses on competition law matters, joint ventures, investigations within the scope of competition law, M&A transactions, general corporate matters and data protection law. She has represented many leading private corporations operating in a wide range of geography including Turkey, Europe and United States in connection with competition law aspects of mergers and acquisitions. She has also advised many multinational and local companies on competition and general corporate law matters.
Ms. Mungan assists clients in regard to merger control and exemption filings made before the Turkish Competition Authority, provides consultancy to the clients with respect to Turkish and European Community competition legislations. She further represents clients in all phases of the competition law investigations before the Competition Authority and assists them to comply with competition law compliance programs. Ms. Mungan also provides assistance and consultancy with regard to data protection law compliance programs.
Ms. Mungan further provides counseling for local and multinational corporations in relation to daily corporate matters regarding all aspects of general corporate governance work including preparation of articles of association, general assembly resolutions, board of directors’ resolutions and capital increases and decreases.
She completed her LL.M degree in King’s College London and received a law degree from Bilkent University.
Illustrative Recent Representations:
- Represented a number of companies in the financial sector regarding an acquisition transaction,
- Provided legal support to a number of companies in the automotive sector,
- Represented a company in the ro-ro shipping sector regarding an acquisition transaction before the Turkish Competition Authority,
- Represented a company operating in the mining chemicals industry regarding its acquisition and prepared the merger filing that was made to the Turkish Competition Authority,
- Represented a company operating in the petrochemicals sector regarding its separation of its joint venture and prepared the merger filing that was made to the Turkish Competition Authority,
- Represented the biggest Chinese acquisition of a German company in industrial machinery sector and prepared the merger filing that was made to the Turkish Competition Authority,
- Represented a Turkish group company in the cement sector in an investigation regarding cartel and concerted practice allegations before the Competition Authority,
- Represented a company operating in eye health sector in an investigation regarding abuse of dominance allegations before the Turkish Competition Authority,
- Represented a company operating in the cement sector in a Phase II review regarding its merger filing before the Turkish Competition Authority,
- Performed the competition law aspects of legal due diligences on behalf of domestic and international companies,
- Advised a Turkish group company operating in cement sector, in its potential acquisitions of other cement companies in Turkey,
- Advised a Turkish company operating in the chemical sector in regard to its potential acquisition of a company operating in chemical sector in Turkey,
- Advised international companies in regard to merger filings before the Turkish Competition Authority,
- Advised an international company operating in pharmaceutical sector in regard to its acquisition amounting 160 billion,
- Prepared competition law compliance programs to companies active in various sectors such as electricity, glass, retail and energy.
- Prepared data protection law compliance programs to companies.
- King’s College London, LLM
- Bilkent University, LLB
Languages: Turkish, English
- İstanbul Bar Association
- King’s Alumni Community
- Compliance Obligations with International Laws and Competition Board’s Data Access Requests
- Healthcare Sector Publishes a Guideline on Data Protection
- Turkish Competition Board’s Sahibinden.com Decision
- Following the Commission’s Decision, the Turkish Competition Board also Fined Google
- Recent Developments in the Right of Access to Files
- Selective Distribution Systems under the Light of Coty Decision
- Amazon Decision and E-Book Commitments
- Booking.com Decision
- Tüpraş Decision and the Rebate Systems