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Poor old Clifford Chance. The competition practice has hardly been having an easy time of it recently, what with head of department Chris Bright jumping ship to join Shearman & Sterling and now its highest profile piece of work is falling apart around its ears. To say that it should have foreseen the European Commission’s […]

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