Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

Refining “The Friday Slot”

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“Friday Slot” interviews have proved to be quite successful. The interviews keep on receiving an insane number of visits, and for the most part we keep on receiving very positive feedback. However, we’re a bit concerned about the “straightjacket effect” that our questionnaire may give rise to. That’s why we need your help: Could you please let us know your suggestions on how we could make Friday Slot interviews better?

Also, following the suggestions of a couple of our previous guests who have “complained” about our comfortable position in asking but not answering questions, I’ve decided to invite the founding mother of this blog (I guess I’m the stepdad), Monsieur Nicolas Petit, for a “Friday Slot” interview (he will find our about this invitation when he reads it here). The idea is not to let him have a nice time replying to easy questions, so I need your help here too. Could you please send me any questions that you may have for Nicolas?

(Those who wish anonymous treatment when the questions are published can send me an email at including the question/s and an alias).

And speaking of Nicolas, the competition law social event of the day will be held tonight in the form of a BBQ party at what will very soon be his former house. Since he’s leaving the place, the pic illustrating this post is from the office from which he’s been doing his writings -including this blog- during the past few years. No promising future awaits this desk (see here).

Written by Alfonso Lamadrid

18 May 2012 at 12:57 pm

Posted in The Friday Slot

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  1. Judging by Alfonso’s tone today, that was a big one…

    Nicolas Petit

    19 May 2012 at 5:33 pm

  2. the BBQ was so interesting…I hope the desk will move to another “inspiring” place .


    21 May 2012 at 2:18 pm

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