Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

Professional moves

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Lately, several good friends of Chillin’Competition have made interesting career moves. A brief recap:

  • Scott McInnes (Jones Day and She Goes Electro) is moving to Mastercard.  BTW, Alfonso, here’s a present suggestion for Ms. Lamadrid who recently got her driving licence: Scott sells a very nice car at a very competitive price;
  • Ief Daems (ex Howrey/Shearman & Sterling) has moved to Samsung;
  • Laura Zadunayski (former student of the ULg LL.M in Competition and IP law) leaves Johnson & Johnson for boose Diageo (this one is very bad);
  • Tarik Hennen (Squire Sanders Brussels and GCLC) leaves the bar and is poised to reappear in a wholly unrelated market;
  • Guillaume Taillandier has left Squire Sanders Brussels for a in-house position at Bemis – a flexible packaging company with its European HQ in Belgium;
  • The new Richard Whish, Christopher Townley (King’s College London) has been awarded the title of Senior Lecturer with effect from 1 September 2012
  • Alfonso ………….. stays at Garrigues.
  • I stay full time in my good old Belgian university…

Congrats’ to all of them!

Written by Nicolas Petit

16 April 2012 at 7:05 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. Thanks Nicolas! I’m now Head of Legal for Europe at Bemis – a flexible packaging company with its European HQ in Belgium (and your hyperlink sends viewers to Tarik’s bio on the College of Europe’s website btw). Guillaume

    Guillaume Taillandier

    16 April 2012 at 11:08 pm

  2. Ooops… Now updated, good luck Guillaume!

    Nicolas Petit

    17 April 2012 at 6:35 am

  3. Thanks Nicolas! So proud to have my name up on the screen!

    That being said, enough with the booze jokes, man. You’re not getting any funnier.

    Laura Zadunayski

    17 April 2012 at 9:15 am

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