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Katharina Bongs is recognized as one of the top women competition law practitioners in their 40s in Europe by [email protected]

  • 25/02/2019
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Van Bael & Bellis counsel Katharina Bongs has been selected by a jury at [email protected] as being one of the top 40 women competition lawyers in their 40s who are in private practice in Europe.

More than 800 women competition professionals in their 40s were nominated by clients and peers for [email protected]’s “40 in their 40s - Notable Women Competition Professionals in Europe, the Americas and Africa”.

The jury for Europe consisted of Prof. Richard Whish (Emeritus Professor of Law at King’s College London), Karin Lunning (Deputy Director General of the Swedish Competition Authority), Nicola Northway (Partner at Baker McKenzie), Prof. Carl Baudenbacher (Former Judge and President of the EFTA Court), Annette Schild (Competition Lawyer), Prof. Philippa Watson (Barrister and Professor of Law at City Law School of University of London), Kaarli H. Eichhorn (Partner at Jones Day), Anne Riley (Head of Shell’s global antitrust team) and Dirk Arts (Partner at Allen & Overy).

Further information is available here.

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