- Represented Boral Limited, a leading global supplier of building materials, in connection with its $2.6 billion acquisition of Headwaters Inc. The transaction obtained unconditional antitrust regulatory clearance.
- Counsel to medical technology company Halyard Health Inc. with the $710 million sale of its leading surgical and infection prevention business to Owens & Minor Inc., a global provider of healthcare solutions.
- Represented Pamlico Capital in the $600 million sale of portfolio company Wilcon Holdings LLC, a leading fiber services provider with fiber assets primarily in Los Angeles and San Diego, to Crown Castle International, the largest provider of shared wireless infrastructure in the U.S.
- Provided antitrust counseling to health care providers and insurers on managed care contracting matters.
- Assessed antitrust risk to a client posed by its involvement with industry groups that develop best practices and help inform policymakers, and advised on practical compliance strategies and materials.
- As a partner at another international law firm, represented a Japanese company in connection with major cartel investigations in the U.S. and abroad alleging price-fixing and bid-rigging involving auto parts.
- Managed merger and civil non-merger matters spanning a range of industries and commodities, including agriculture, banking, broadband, building materials, consumer products, defense, electricity, financial services, health care, industrial manufacturing, Internet, media, metals, oil field services, payment systems, telecommunications, transportation, and waste industries.
- Supervised the investigation of a proposed $3.3 billion merger involving two leading manufacturers and the filing of a lawsuit to block it. The transaction was abandoned after one party withdrew while trial was underway.
- Senior decision-maker for the Antitrust Division’s civil non-merger litigation against a major credit card company that led to a federal trial judge’s finding of Sherman Act violations.
- Supervised an investigation and litigation to unwind a consummated combination of online ratings software firms, achieving in 2014 a rare merger trial win, the United States’ second since 2003.