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Oral Hearings Making the Case Come Alive

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  • Peter-Carlo Lehrell
  • David Lawsky

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Just like trials, hearing presentations are a form of competitive theater. They are the opportunity to bring your case alive, adding a dimension that cannot be portrayed in written documents .alone. Peter-Carlo Lehrell & David Lawsky, FIPRA Int'l

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  • Peter-Carlo Lehrell & David Lawsky, 2010. "Oral Hearings Making the Case Come Alive," Antitrust Chronicle, Competition Policy International, vol. 3.
  • Handle: RePEc:cpi:atchrn:3.1.2010:i=5464
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