Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has been ranked first for antitrust client alerts in a survey by leading competition review Concurrences at the Antitrust Writing Awards 2017.
Concurrences surveyed 4685 in-house counsel to assess their readership of law firms’ 2016 antitrust knowledge resources to establish the leading antitrust client alerts.
Norton Rose Fulbright topped the rankings overall and also received first place rankings for breadth of coverage of jurisdictions, cases, cartels, mergers and Asian antitrust. These additional rankings are based on thought leadership articles and market commentary available on law firms’ websites.
Norton Rose Fulbright global head of antitrust and competition Martin Coleman commented:
“This is an excellent achievement for our team and we are delighted to have been recognised by Concurrences. There are two themes that guide our coverage. First, we look forward, anticipating trends and developments and what this means for business - we are not interested in just telling people what has already happened. Second, always a global perspective - we draw on our extensive network of antitrust experts around the world to reflect latest thinking in multiple jurisdictions.”
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Norton Rose Fulbright will combine with Chadbourne & Parke, a leading international law firm, during the second quarter of 2017. Norton Rose Fulbright's expanded practice will have more than 1000 lawyers in the US and 4000 lawyers worldwide.
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