Global law firm Norton Rose Fulbright advised on two of the 11 deals awarded as “Matter of the Year” by Global Competition Review (GCR) at its Enforcement and Team Awards.
Considered the world’s leading antitrust and competition law journal, GCR recognized Norton Rose Fulbright’s work for its overall Matter of the Year category as well as for Behavioural Matter of the Year (Americas):
- Matter of the Year – Fiat Chrysler Automobiles/PSA Group: Paris partner Marta Giner Asins and senior associate Michel Pflieger advised on the Morocco merger filing in relation to the global merger between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group.
- Behavioural Matter of the Year (Americas) - FTC v Qualcomm: Texas partners Richard Zembek, Daniel Leventhal, Marc Collier and Eric Hall, alongside Washington, DC partner Jonathan Franklin and senior counsel Eric Green led the team advising Qualcomm in a landmark monopolization win.
With a team of over 150 dedicated antitrust and competition lawyers in 20 countries, Norton Rose Fulbright can advise on all aspects of antitrust law including multinational mergers and clearances, cartels, abuse of dominance, international investigations, compliance and the important growth area of antitrust litigation. The firm is recognized for its strength on-the-ground in emerging markets including Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Latin America, as well as deep experience in the mature regulatory and enforcement markets of the United States, Europe, Australia and Canada.