Washington, DC – May 10, 2013 – Cooley LLP announced today that its Antitrust practice has been recognized by the Global Competition Review. Partners Marc Schildkraut and Jacqueline Grise, and of counsel Mark Schechter, all of whom joined Cooley in 2012, are cited as "highly regarded."
"Cooley has invested substantially in its antitrust capabilities over the past couple of years, and we are honored to be recognized by GCR as a superlative antitrust destination," said Ryan Naftulin, partner-in-charge of Cooley's Washington, DC office. "As the domain of innovative companies has increasingly transcended national boundaries and become a global economic engine, so too has its interaction with Washington. Our recent achievements for global clients in their interactions with Washington demonstrate our standing at that critical and expanding intersection."
Cooley's antitrust attorneys provide a full range of counseling, litigation, agency representation, and arbitration services. They handle all aspects of antitrust and trade regulation matters for Fortune 500 corporations, as well as for growing companies, in virtually every sector of the economy including computer software, hardware, biotech, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, clean tech, aerospace, automotive, defense, oil and gas, industrial manufacturing, consumer products, publishing, telecommunications and financial services.
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