The chairman of the Competition Authority, which cleared the sale of Statoil last week following a mix-up over dates, was previously retained by the company to help it to overcome major competition issues.
Bill Prasifka, who became the authority’s chairman in April, worked on a number of cases for the Norwegian oil company in the late 1990s while a competition lawyer for Dublin law firm William Fry.
He was particularly involved in helping...
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