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What the team is known for Prominent antitrust group noted for its involvement in numerous high-profile class action and extraterritorial cases. Distinguished for its work in price-fixing and unfair competition, particularly within the steel, manufacturing and chemical industries. Also noted for its work on global internal investigations, evaluating compliance with local competition laws and codes of conduct. Further recognized for its strong client base in the financial services and banking sector.
Strengths Interviewees say the firm has "great subject matter expertise and a great mix of lawyers who are thoughtful, well regarded and practical."
Sources report that "Mayer Brown really stands out; its attorneys' written work is very impressive, succinct and persuasive. The team is also very cost-conscious."
One source states that the firm is "excellent - at the top of the profession."
Work highlights Acted for HSBC Bank on a putative class action alleging that financial institutions conspired to manipulate the market for US dollar-denominated SSA bonds.
Andrew Marovitz is a distinguished attorney commended for his market-leading antitrust practice. He acts as lead trial counsel for clients facing a broad range of anticompetitive behavior allegations and is particularly well known for his work in large-scale price-fixing disputes. Sources note that he is "very responsive and approachable, as well as incredibly bright and a straight-up good guy."
Britt Miller is a litigator noted for her expertise in the antitrust space. She represents manufacturers, chemicals and finance clients in market allocation, price-fixing and monopolization disputes. Clients report that she has "excellent judgment, is very successful in oral arguments and knows antitrust law extremely well."