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Global Competition Review and Practical Law Company Recognize WilmerHale’s Antitrust and Competition Practice Group

March 1, 2010

Global Competition Review recently unveiled it’s 2010 “GCR 100” list of leading competition practices, which ranked WilmerHale’s Antitrust and Competition Practice Group fifth in their “Top 20 GCR Global Elite” category, highlighting the firm as a “transatlantic powerhouse for antitrust.” GCR also included the firm in the “elite” first tier in its 2010 US Governmental Antitrust Survey focused on Washington DC, and the German and Brussels practices in the “highly recommended” category, stating that “the firm stands out in Germany because of the overlap between its competition work and a strong public policy team.”

Practical Law Company (PLC) also ranked WilmerHale as a leading law firm in the area of antitrust and competition, and highlighted eleven WilmerHale partners as “Leading Lawyers”:

James Burling: Competition/anti-trust (USA: MA)

Christian Duvernoy: EU Competition (European Union)

Leon Greenfield: Competition/anti-trust (USA: DC)

Hans-Georg Kamann: Competition/anti-trust (Germany)

Suyong Kim: Competition/anti-trust: non-contentious (England)

William Kolasky: Competition/anti-trust (USA: DC)

Frederic Louis: Competition/anti-trust (Belgium); EU Competition (European Union)

Michelle Miller: Competition/anti-trust (USA: MA)

Thomas Mueller: Competition/anti-trust (USA: DC)

John Ratliff: EU Competition (European Union)

Sven Volcker: EU Competition (European Union)

PLC also highlighted the firm as “highly recommended” in the USA: National and EU categories, and listed several of the firm’s offices for antitrust and competition work, ranking the firm’s Washington DC office as “Highly Recommended,” the Massachusetts office as “Leading,” and the Belgium, UK and Germany as “Recommended.”

PLC ranks leading law firms and lawyers in the antitrust and competition practice area worldwide. The information is gathered through research and interviews with clients and practitioners to identify the firms and individuals considered to be most knowledgeable in the antitrust and competition practice area. Lawyers and law firms are recognized by PLC are categorized, in order of prestige, under “leading,” “highly recommended,” “recommended,” or “recognized.” For more information, please visit the Practical Law Company website.