Given the regulator’s reluctance to split up Sky, will the government realise that competition law is not fit for purpose, if the purpose is changingSky’s behaviour to make life easier for its rivals?
After thirty years on the drawing board, a true pan-European company is now possible
Peter Crossley, head of commercial dispute resolution, Hammonds
Eloquently, passionately and with no little wit, the man can most certainly talk. Fortunately, on this occasion, he restricted himself to one gag, and to the delight of some in the audience, it was at Campbell’s expense. Opening his copy of the Civil Service (No 2) Bill at Section 6(3) Lord Lester turned his steely gaze on the evening’s host to quote “from one former special adviser to another: ‘Special advisers shall not exercise executive powers over civil servants’.”
Commercial property partner Patrick Andrews qualified in 1986 at Dundas & Wilson. A year later he moved to arch rival Shepherd + Wedderburn (S+W) and this month took up the management reins from Paul Hally, who stood down after five years at the helm. The son of a former S+W partner, Andrews ...