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Antitrust suit against US firm Fragomen dismissed

Apr 3, 2009 A judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York dismissed an antitrust action against major immigration firm Fragomen brought by a competitor, immigration consulting firm Emigra. While…

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White & Case Paris duo forms antitrust boutique

Jan 19, 2009 Two White & Case lawyers, Sylvain Justier and Vincent Jaunet, have left the firm’s Paris office to establish their own boutique. The new boutique called Magenta will focus on competition law matters across the…

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Chinese lawyer puts Microsoft in the hot seat

Aug 27, 2008 Dong Zhengwei, a partner with Beijing-based Zhongyin law firm, has attracted the attention of multinational corporate executives and the legal community alike. One day before China’s new Anti-Monopoly became…

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Antitrust rules in Asia stir law firms

Jul 25, 2008 Global law firms are scrambling to strengthen their pan-Asian competition practices. Law firms expect a sharp rise in requests from multi-national corporations eager to navigate the region's evolving antitrust landscape,…

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China's Merger Proposal Draws Fire

Apr 21, 2008 On Sunday, the American Bar Association's Section of Antitrust Law fired off a litany of complaints to China's State Council Legislative Affairs Office, which is drafting the country's anti-monopoly law. The statute is…

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Baker & McKenzie Establishes Tokyo Antitrust Group

Jan 27, 2008 Baker & McKenzie has formed an antitrust practice group in Tokyo made up of attorneys in its office there, building on the firm's worldwide antitrust services. The move was driven by the need to apply antitrust rules…

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Opera files antitrust complaint with the EU

Dec 14, 2007 The complaint describes how Microsoft is abusing its dominant position by tying its browser, Internet Explorer, to the Windows operating system and by hindering interoperability by not following accepted Web standards.…

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