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Linklaters competition partner Michael Cutting is set to leave the firm to join the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal as an ordinary member. He has been a partner at Linklaters since 1995 and led the firm’s competition team between 2011 and 2015. He is set to leave Linklaters in April 2018, before taking up his new role in October 2018. The firm’s senior partner Charlie Jacobs said: “Michael will be greatly missed and he leaves with our utmost thanks for the outstanding contribution that he has made to the firm over the years. It is testament to the strength of our competition practice that Michael has been appointed to a prestigious role within the Competition Appeal Tribunal.”

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