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Rosenthal joins Sullivan & Cromwell

Rosenthal joins Sullivan & Cromwell

22 May 2017

Michael Rosenthal has left Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati to open a new Brussels office for Sullivan & Cromwell.

Freshfields dominates Who’s Who Legal: Competition

22 May 2017

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has the largest number of lawyers nominated to Who’s Who Legal: Competition 2017 – more than twice the number of its closest rival.

Mavroghenis and Rato head to Quinn

Mavroghenis and Rato head to Quinn

19 May 2017

Shearman & Sterling Brussels partners Stephen Mavroghenis and Miguel Rato are set to join Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan in the first week of June.

Top economist joins Pérez Motta at Agon

Top economist joins Pérez Motta at Agon

19 May 2017

The former head of Mexico’s competition authority has hired one of the country’s most experienced competition economists to join his competition and regulatory consultancy.

Korea nominates new antitrust head

Korea nominates new antitrust head

17 May 2017

Korea’s new president today nominated economist and corporate reform activist, Kim Sang-jo, to head the country’s Fair Trade Commission.

Brealey QC swaps Brick Court for Monckton

Brealey QC swaps Brick Court for Monckton

11 May 2017

Mark Brealey QC left Brick Court Chambers to join Monckton Chambers this week.

Baer returns to Arnold & Porter

Baer returns to Arnold & Porter

10 May 2017

The former head of the US Department of Justice’s antitrust division will go back to his longtime law firm, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer.

Former Merilampi practice head sets up new boutique

Former Merilampi practice head sets up new boutique

09 May 2017

Arttu Mentula has departed Merilampi to open a new boutique law firm in Helsinki.

Linklaters, Dentons and Ashurst promote

Linklaters, Dentons and Ashurst promote

09 May 2017

Firms across the globe have announced promotions in their competition practices this month.

CADE appoints new president and commissioner

CADE appoints new president and commissioner

05 May 2017

Observers in Brazil have raised concerns that new nominees for president and commissioner of the country’s competition watchdog have no antitrust background, but say the two appointees could do a good job if they work together with more experienced colleagues.