Relaxing whilst doing Competition Law is not an Oxymoron

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More results, including several IP lawyers.

  • Matthew Levitt (HoganLovells): 1:46:25
  • Jean-Jo Evrard (former University of Liege and Darts IP): 1:47:31
  • Enrique Gonzalez Diaz (Cleary): 1:48:44
  • Norman Neyrinck (University of Liege): 1:48:52
  • Alain Strowel (University of Liege): 1:49:01
  • Thomas Wiese (Ashurst): 1:50:52
  • Valentijn de Boe (Allen&Overy): 1:51:56
  • Tom McQuail (Morrison Foerster): 1:54:59
  • Damien Gerard (Cleary): 1:57:30
  • Philip Bentley (Mc Dermott): 1:56:49
  • Dirk Auer (Herbert Smith, former ULg student): 1:58:29
  • Cedric Burton (Hunton & Williams): 2:01:45
  • Maarten Meulenbelt (Sidley): 2:02:10
  • Geert Zonekeyn (Ronse): 2:07:10
  • Kristina Nordlander (Sidley): 2:10:05
  • Philip Werner (Mc Dermott): 2:13:36
  • Sarah Ashall (Shearman): 2:57:53

PS: I just selected the people I know. Apologies to those that I missed.

Written by Nicolas Petit

4 June 2012 at 7:00 am

Posted in Uncategorized

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  1. Another reading is possible, though: Noddy in the end is the only taxi left in the whole of Toyland and everything is fine (again). The inherent “teaching”: Noddy’s taxi monopoly is not a bad thing because he promises to be good. More in line with Google’s corporate motto, don’t you think?


    8 June 2012 at 2:41 pm

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