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Helping clients to make informed choices about legal services that best meet their needs is at the heart of the solicitor profession’s priorities, the Law Society said today as it published a toolkit on price and service transparency
Our evening seminars, run in London and Brussels, are free to attend for Section members, and available after the event as recorded podcasts
This seminar will focus on the possible models for Brexit and what those could mean for competition law, including application of those principles to mergers, state aid and the regulated industries.
This seminar will focus on the implications of Brexit for antitrust enforcement and competition litigation
As a Section member, you're entitled to four webinars as part of your membership, available live and on-demand
Download our competition law webinar covering EU and UK competition law highlights in 2016 with Greg Olsen and Nelson Jung from Clifford Chance
Join this (inclusive to Competition Section) webinar to gain an understanding of how competition law and the Block Exemption applies to the insurance sector and the impact on the insurance market of its non-renewal.
The Law Society’s Competition Section is pleased to share the speech and photographs from the 2015 formal annual dinner and Horsfall-Turner essay prize award ceremony.
The Law Society’s Competition Section is pleased to announce that its formal annual dinner and Horsfall-Turner Essay Prize Awards will take place this year on 3 December at the Law Society’s Hall
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Competition and Markets Authority publishes final report after a year-long study of legal services market.
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