George Cary is a partner based in the Washington, D.C. office of Cleary Gottlieb. He has decades of experience in sophisticated antitrust matters, representing companies on industry-transforming transactions and complex monopolization litigation. His recent merger highlights include Walt Disney/21st Century Fox, T-Mobile/Sprint, and Dow/DuPont. His recent litigation highlights include defending Sanofi US and Keurig Green Mountain in closely watched monopolization cases.
Prior to joining Cleary in 1998, Mr. Cary served as Deputy Director of the U.S. Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition, where he oversaw a record number of merger transactions.
Deputy Director, Bureau of Competition, FTC (1995-98). Irell and Manella (1984-95). Trial Attorney, FTC Bureau of Competition (1976-84). JD, University of California, Berkeley (1976). BA, University of California, Santa Cruz, Economics (1973).
California and DC Bars.