Extensive Antitrust Experience
Our antitrust team is experienced in all facets of antitrust review, including Hart-Scott-Rodino filings, voluntary information requests and civil investigative demands, “second requests,” depositions and investigational hearings, and remedies to resolve competitive concerns while preserving the business benefits of a transaction.
We advise clients on antitrust considerations arising out of information exchanges connected with mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, such as due diligence, pre-merger integration planning and post-transaction information sharing. We also represent clients in investigations and litigation involving price fixing, bid rigging, group boycotts, monopolization, tying and claims brought under state unfair competition statues.
Our experience spans key economic sectors that form the backbone of the global economy, including agriculture, chemicals, construction, consumer goods, electric power, financial services, healthcare, oil and gas, renewables and technology. A diverse range of companies — including Alinda Capital Partners, Apache Corporation, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), Duke Energy, Equinor, Great Plains Energy, Lufkin Industries and Phillips 66 — rely on us for our antitrust experience and knowledge.
excellent technical skills and extensive experience in antitrust matters,
Legal 500 US, 2019
We provide antitrust advice on significant transactions in multiple jurisdictions.
- Alinda Capital Partners, LLC on antitrust aspects of its $1.89 billion agreement to sell SourceGas Holdings LLC to Black Hills Corporation
- Apache Corporation on antitrust aspects of its $3.75 billion sale of Gulf of Mexico Shelf operations and assets to Fieldwood Energy LLC, an affiliate of Riverstone Holdings
- Avangrid Renewables, LLC on antitrust aspects of various transactions, including the sale of an 85 percent interest in the Tatanka Ridge Wind Farm and the sale of a 50 percent interest in each of Poseidon Wind, LLC, and Poseidon Solar, LLC
- Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), as US counsel, in connection with the antitrust aspects of its acquisition of Plenary Americas, a leading investor, developer and operator of public infrastructure in North America with a project portfolio of nearly CA$20 billion
- Chevron Corporation on antitrust aspects of the $800 million sale to ONEOK Partners, LP of the Mesquite Pipeline and its 80 percent interest in the West Texas LPG Pipeline Limited Partnership
- COG Operating LLC, a subsidiary of Concho Resources Inc., on antitrust aspects related to Concho’s contribution of 13 saltwater disposal wells and approximately 40 miles of large-diameter produced water gathering pipelines to Solaris Water Midstream, LLC (Solaris) in exchange for cash and equity in Solaris Midstream Holdings, LLC, the parent of Solaris
- Cornerstone Building Brands, Inc. on antitrust aspects of its acquisition of Prime Window Systems, LLC
- DCP Midstream LP’s general partner on antitrust aspects of the $1.53 billion transaction to eliminate all general partner economic interests in DCP and incentive distribution rights in DCP in exchange for 65 million newly issues DCP common units