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Wikborg Rein top ranked in Chambers Europe 2022
We are very pleased to announce that we have also in 2022 taken another step up in Chambers Europe, an annual ranking guide for Europe's leading law firms.
Wikborg Rein's competition team ranked "Elite" by Global Competition Review
We are delighted that our competition team has just been ranked as one of the Elite competition law practices in Norway by Global Competition Review in its new GCR 100 rankings for 2022.
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Chambers Europe 2021
We are pleased to announce that Wikborg Rein is consolidating our strong position in the Chambers Europe 2021 Guide launched today.
We have the pleasure of announcing that Gry Hvidsten, Hanna Beyer Olaussen and Hanne C. Zimmer are appointed new Partners in Wikborg Rein as of 1 January 2021.
Transaction tips from our competition team: Clean Teams
In the middle of deal negotiations or transaction due diligence it is prudent for the buyer, or the merging parties, to get to know as much about the target or its new partner as possible. When the companies involved are competitors, however, this information sharing can raise its own concerns.
Transaction tips from our competition team: Gun-Jumping
When businesses decide to pursue a transaction they are understandably keen to complete and implement the deal as soon as possible in order to realise the anticipated synergies. However, when a deal requires clearance from one or more competition authority, there is often a prohibition on implementation pending receipt of the necessary clearances. Taking implementing steps in breach of this prohibition is called 'gun-jumping'.