Latham Among Top Three Firms with the Most Notable Antitrust Lawyers

Who's Who Legal

June 04, 2018

Who's Who Legal, which annually identifies the foremost legal practitioners and consulting experts in business law based upon comprehensive, independent research, released the 19th edition of its Competition guide, honoring 23 litigators from the firm’s Global Antitrust & Competition Practice, making Latham third of all competition practices worldwide based on the number of lawyers listed in the directory. The array of lawyers selected, from across a number of geographies as well as antitrust disciplines, illustrates the practice’s evenly balanced strength across the globe.

Appearing in the 2018 Who’s Who Legal: Competition guide are Matteo Bay, Lawrence Buterman, Luca Crocco, Michael Egge, Michael Esser, Jacques-Philippe Gunther, Marc Hansen, Joshua Holian, Hanno Kaiser, Lars Kjølbye, Niall Lynch, Alfred Pfeiffer, Jean Paul Poitras, Amanda Reeves, Elisabetta Righini, Howard Rosenblatt, Karen Silverman, Marguerite Sullivan, Sven Völcker, Daniel Wall, Georg Weidenbach, Christopher Yates, and Peggy Zwisler.

The directory also spotlights both rising and established young stars in the competition world, naming Alessio Aresu, Héctor Armengod, Jason Cruise, Adrien Giraud, Belinda Lee, Farrell Malone, Tomas Nilsson, Jonathan Parker, and John Wileur to their 2018 Competition – Future Leaders guide. Notably, Armengod and Giraud are described as among the six “most highly regarded” partners in Europe.

Additionally, Lars Kjølbye, Sven Völcker, Daniel Wall, and Peggy Zwisler feature among the 2018 Who’s Who Legal’s Thought Leaders in Brussels and North America respectively.

 
 
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