Competition Practice: Jones Day

Law360, New York (July 28, 2008, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Globalization is good for business when you're an antitrust lawyer involved in big mergers, but it is also increasingly a minefield of complicated and nuanced regulatory regimes, according to the head of Jones Day's antitrust and competition practice, Phil Proger.

The lack of coordination among worldwide regulatory agencies makes the job of a competition lawyer just that trickier, he said.

“One of the biggest concerns for antitrust lawyers is this proliferation of enforcement regimes and the lack of convergence procedurally and substantially so that we can...
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