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Washington, D.C. office of our client seeks competition/antitrust attorney with 2 years of experience. The candidate should have experience representing clients on U.S. merger investigations before the FTC and DOJ under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act. Must have merger experience at one of the U.S. antitrust agencies. A background in economics is a plus. Grand jury and litigation experience is a plus. Must have admission to the District of Columbia Bar.
This mid-sized New York law firm offers competitive salaries. The diversity of personnel and broad range of expertise is one of the greatest strengths of their New York office. Over recent years this firm has developed into a multi-faceted, multi-jurisdictional office offering a full range of services to their clients in the US, Latin America and elsewhere in the world. The majority of their work has an international element, so traveling and living abroad are features of everyday life at this firm. The firm advises in respect of US federal securities, tax, corporate and banking laws, project and asset financing, and structured financing as well as New York law and Delaware corporate law. As a part of their US practice, associates have the opportunity to work overseas at the start of their career. In addition, associates are quickly involved in transactions and high-profile deals for major corporate and investment bank clients.
Washington D.C. office of our client seeks antitrust and competition attorney with 2-4 years of experience. The candidate must have experience in antitrust litigation. Should preferably have substantive knowledge of antitrust law, strong writing skills and experience with managing electronic discovery.
Boasting a large presence in the corporate and litigation arenas, exceptional training programs and an innovative partner assessment program, the firm is a major hit with associates. At this firm, associates learn exactly what it means to practice law--and have a breadth of appreciation for all elements of a large full service practice. In their posh DC offices, the environment is professional and polished.
Washington DC office is seeking an antitrust attorney with 2-5 years of experience. Position will deal with all aspects of US antitrust laws, including complex mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, unilateral conduct, cartel investigations, private litigations, and counseling. Agency experience is a plus.
The law practice based in the nation's capital opened twenty-five years ago. Forty-two well-established attorneys are on staff. They provide legal counsel to clients worldwide in US government including regulatory and administrative groups. A few of their practice areas consist of tax law, capital markets, international trade, and government relations. Attorneys are exceptionally knowledgeable in governmental regulatory and enforcement matters, internal investigations, litigation, and tax issues. They represent clients globally.
Washington DC office is seeking an antitrust associate with 2-4 years of experience. The ideal candidate will have either firm/agency experience and a background in economics OR a strong litigation background. Strong academic credentials are required. Clerkship experience is a plus.
What started as an office where the New York firm's lawyers could keep their briefcases has grown, in the last 30 years, to become a viable full service DC office of this formidable Manhattan-based international law firm. This firm consistently delivers quality transactional experience out of this mid-sized office. Its tax practice is reknown and it has a reputation for keeping clients through thick and thin. It seeks top performers from top law schools. Pay and benefits are among the best. So is the working environment, which is friendly while remaining highly focused on client concerns.