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Jones Day

Competition/Antitrust (International & Cross-Border)

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What the team is known for

Jones Day’s US offices are often referenced as the central pillar of its global operations and offer excellent cross-border capabilities to US-headquartered multinationals and international clients. Teams across the firm's US offices are relied upon to coordinate complex cross-border mandates and utilise the firm's broad global presence across Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Asia-Pacific to give clients a practical advantage when dealing with international issues. The US practice represents the firm's largest concentration of resources and its most in-depth hub of expertise worldwide, covering a full-service range of practice areas and lawyers with international experience across its platform.

Jones Day's antitrust team is recognised for the seamless ability to work across multiple jurisdictions by combining its strength in the US market with an extensive network of ranked antitrust hubs across Europe and Asia. The team has expertise handling the full spectrum of antitrust matters from merger filings and compliance to conducting investigations and cartel litigation. The integrated approach employed by the firm regularly sees the antitrust team acting as global coordinating counsel for Asian and European mandates as well as supporting key offices, notably Brussels and Shanghai, with US-centric advice.

Strengths

According to interviewees, "Jones Day has specialists in different parts of the world, which makes representation there easy. The specialists know the regulators and the local practices."

Other sources praise the fact that "Jones Day emphasises internal communication among its attorneys, which makes cross-border issues easier to manage than they otherwise would be. This makes communications with the client easier and more manageable."

Notable practitioners

Co-chair of the firm's global antitrust practice, Craig Waldman represents clients in high-stakes investigation and enforcement proceedings before competition agencies. He also handles merger clearance and complex antitrust litigation.
"He is an A-list lawyer."

John Majoras is a highly regarded litigator noted for his comprehensive antitrust practice. He defends large corporations from a variety of industries in merger challenges. He also turns his hand to cartel matters and related follow-on litigation.
"He has a strong reputation in Washington as a tremendous trial lawyer for antitrust cases." "He is a strong litigator and trial lawyer."

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Competition/Antitrust (International & Cross-Border)

Jones Day

firm
Location

51 Louisiana Ave., N.W.

Washington, DC

District of Columbia

USA

D.C. 20001-2113

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Chambers Research is conducted by 200 Research Analysts, across 200 jurisdictions and provides nearly 6,000 rankings tables. Annually we collect hundreds of thousands of responses from clients, the majority via in-depth interview. Learn more about our methodology.

USA

Antitrust: Cartel


John M Majoras
Band 2

Competition/Antitrust


Craig A Waldman
Band 3
John M Majoras
Band 3