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Morgan Lewis has swooped on White & Case in a bid to bolster its Brussels office with an anti-trust lateral.
Gerrit Schohe joins Morgan Lewis as its second specialist anti-trust partner adding to Izzet Sinan who also heads the Brussels branch.
Schohe’s appointment will also help replace the departure of Julian Joshua, the former head of the European Commission cartels unit, who left for Howrey Simon less than two years after joining Morgan Lewis in late 2000.
Formerly with German firm Ohle Hansen, Schohe became part of Feddersen Laule following a merger in 1992. Feddersen Laule & Ohle Hansen then merged with White & Case in 2000.