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Prominent Services Contractors Ensnared in No-Poach Class Action

USA - September 22 2021 For many federal government contractors, their skilled and experienced workforce may be their most valuable asset. A recent “ice breaker” settlement…

Dan Graham, Craig P. Seebald, G. Zachary Terwilliger.

Three Takeaways from “Navigating the New Antitrust Enforcers”

USA - September 7 2021 Corporate acquirers accustomed to government inertia in antitrust reform are navigating a sea change in Washington, according to Craig Seebald, a…

Alden L. Atkins, Craig P. Seebald, Hill Wellford.

Had Enough Vitamin C? Second Circuit Dismisses Antitrust Claims Against Chinese Vitamin C Manufacturers Yet Again

USA - August 18 2021 On August 10, 2021, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit (the “Second Circuit”) once again drew on principles of international…

Natalie Cardenas, Branden Stein.

Proposed $30 Billion Merger Between Aon and Willis Towers Watson Collapses Under Increased Pressure from the Department of Justice

USA - August 4 2021 On July 26, 2021, Aon PLC (“Aon”) and Willis Towers Watson PLC (“WTW”) announced the termination of a $30 billion proposed merger, citing an…

Lara McMahon, Ryan Will.

Labor, Defense, and Rail Services Among Top Competition Concerns Targeted in President Biden’s Executive Order

USA - July 16 2021 As has been well-publicized, on July 9, 2021, President Biden issued an “Executive Order on Promoting Competition in the American Economy” (the “EO”…

Alden L. Atkins, Morgan Kelley, Craig P. Seebald, G. Zachary Terwilliger.