Insights: News GCR 100 2023: Kilpatrick Townsend’s Antitrust Team Annually Ranked Among the World's Best
WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 14) — Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton announced today that its Antitrust Team has been named one of the top antitrust practices in the world as selected by Global Competition Review (GCR) 100 – 23rd Edition, the leading international journal of competition policy and regulation.
The Antitrust Team, led by Peter Boyle, was highlighted for being involved in a myriad of successful litigations over the past year.
The GCR 100 is a comprehensive, independent assessment of the world’s top antitrust and competition practices. The prestigious GCR 100 offers extensive qualitative analysis of antitrust groups in jurisdictions around the world. Complied by the staff of Global Competition Review, the publication profiles competition practices in more than 50 jurisdictions. A variety of criteria is used to establish this elite listing, including size, reputations of individual lawyers and stability of a firm’s antitrust practice, among other things.
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