I have to admit that in my early years of law school I was convinced that my steps would lead to a practice in criminal law. However, in my fourth year, thanks to a lecture in a seminar on European law, I discovered competition law more or less by chance, and its complexity aroused my curiosity. In fact, it was an area that covered much more than any other. My next steps led me to H&P where, thanks to the support of great colleagues, I had the opportunity to work on interesting competition cases. These experiences only strengthened my conviction that I really wouldn't be bored in competition law. Today, what drives me to work in this field is the variety of cases and the fact that there is always so much more going firstname.lastname@example.org
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Act on Unfair Trade Practices in the Food Retail Sector – Grey Theory and Practice?
The sale of food is currently a much-debated topic across society, at least when it comes to prices. This area is subject to significant control under the Act on Unfair Terms in Food Trade. The Act contains almost 60 different unfair terms that affect not only prices. However, the interpretation of