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Nur Duygu Bozkurt Kadirhan
Senior Associate
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Duygu Kadirhan is a senior associate at Corporate and M&A, Compliance and Competition Law departments. She advises national and international companies on all aspects of general corporate law, plays crucial roles in M&A transactions and conducts complex compliance projects. She also advises clients, especially family businesses on corporate governance issues. At Competition department she advises the clients on legal aspects of contracts under the frame of competition law during mergers and acquisitions transactions and advises them on correspondences with Turkish Competition Authority. She manages complex compliance projects and advises international law firms on Turkish rules and regulations. Her sectoral experience covers heavy industry, IT, e-commerce, aviation and defense, FMCG, retail, energy and natural resources, agriculture, textiles and tobacco. She carries special expertise on free zones and organized industrial zones.

Duygu Bozkurt Kadirhan is graduated from Koç University School of Law in 2014 and speaks English at professional level.
Insights
Per article 367 of the Turkish Commercial Code No. 6102 (“TCC”), boards of directors of joint stock companies may transfer some authority related to the management of the company to some members of the board of directors or to third parties who are not members of the board of directors with an internal directive that it will prepare and put into effect.
While Coronavirus (“Covid-19”) is still affecting the world essentially, retail industry, as one of the most deeply affected fields in the commercial world by the reflections of the pandemic, should also be careful to pass their plans through the legal filter, in order to protect the health of employees, to satisfy customers and to get over this Covid-19 period with the least possible losses.
Turkey-specific information concerning the key legal issues that need to be considered when mediating a dispute.
Turkey-specific information concerning the key legal issues that need to be considered when drafting and enforcing governing law and jurisdiction clauses.
In commercial life, the undertakings' ability to carry out their activities freely without being under pressure, is important in terms of maintaining its presence in the market where the undertakings are operating, as well as the consumer's, who are the end buyers, ability to be able to benefit from the final product put on the market at fair pricing and with quality product balance.