Suyong Kim

Joined-up thinking

29-Oct-2012 | By Joanne Harris

As the scrutiny and enforcement system is streamlined, antitrust regulation is at the top of many companies’ agendasSponsored by Hobs Legal Docs

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Freshfields’ competition team still sets the pace in spite of market shift

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Magic circle firm’s ACT dept refuses to play second fiddle to corporate. By Gavriel Hollander

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Brussels flexes its muscles and stalls draft directive on competition law

12 October 2009

US-style class actions have been avoided… for the time being, says Kit Chellel

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Job lot

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The Working Time Directive has failed to curb the UK’s long-hours culture. Rebecca Harding-Hill on the European Commission’s plans to restrict the opt-out clause

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Trials and tribulations

2-Aug-2004

As the holiday season begins, one group of lawyers has never been busier. Jon Robins meets Stephen Jakobi, the face of Fair Trials Abroad

Awards preview: niche firm of the year

14-Jun-2004

On 22 June, 1400 people will crowd into the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane for the most eagerly-awaited event of the year. With only one week to go, The Lawyer brings you a sneak preview of the shortlisted individuals and teams

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Awards preview: assistant solicitor of the year

14-Jun-2004

On 22 June, 1400 people will crowd into the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane for the most eagerly-awaited event of the year. With only one week to go, The Lawyer brings you a sneak preview of the shortlisted individuals and teams

Is anybody there?

24-May-2004

You can complain to Ofcom about anticompetitive practice if you like, but will it take any notice? Robbie Downing investigates

Safe keeping

5-Apr-2004

When the value of a company’s intangible assets is sky high, insurance to cover any losses is essential. Matthew Hogg reports

Chinese spice

15-Mar-2004

Does China’s new economic partnership arrangement signal a boom for lawyers, or is it more hype than hope? Tim Parkes and Jack Young report

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