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Van Bael & Bellis partners serve as editors to Chambers’ Merger Control 2019

  • 12/09/2018
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Van Bael & Bellis partners serve as editors to Chambers’ Merger Control 2019

On 7 September 2018, Chambers and Partners published its Global Practice Guide to Merger Control 2019. Van Bael & Bellis managing partner Jean-François Bellis and partner Porter Elliott served as contributing editors of the publication and authored the Introduction to the Guide.

Covering 23 of the most significant jurisdictions worldwide, the Merger Control Guide provides expert legal commentary on the key regulatory issues facing businesses whose transactions are subject to government approval.

The Global Practice Guide to Merger Control 2019 is available in print, as well as on-line.

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