Washington, District Of Columbia 20006
Ali M. Stoeppelwerth
has a broad range of experience in handling antitrust matters. In recent years, she has secured favorable outcomes in private antitrust litigation in industries as diverse as investment banking, newspaper publishing, e-commerce and telecommunications technology. She has also successfully represented numerous clients in merger and nonmerger civil investigations conducted by the Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission and other state and federal agencies. While she has experience handling matters in a wide variety of industries, Ms. Stoeppelwerth has particular and deep expertise in addressing antitrust issues arising in the financial services, Internet/media and airline industries.
Ms. Stoeppelwerth's practice includes private antitrust litigation at both the trial court and appellate level, and representation of clients in both merger and nonmerger investigations before the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission. She also regularly counsels clients on matters involving joint ventures, acquisitions, pricing strategies, trade association and distribution arrangements. In addition to her extensive experience representing clients in the financial services, media and airline industries, she has represented clients in the fields of telecommunications, consumer goods and retailing.
|Areas of Practice||1) Antitrust and Competition and 2) Regulatory and Government Affairs|
|Law School||Stanford University Law School, J.D., 1989|
|Education||Stanford University, B.A.,1985|
|Bar Member / Association||District of Columbia Bar Association|
|Most recent firm||WilmerHale|
George A. Cumming is counsel in Morgan Lewis's Litigation Practice. He concentrates his practice on complex litigation across a wide range of substantive areas including antitrust, intellectual property, and financial services litigation.
Harry T. Robins is a partner in Morgan Lewis's Antitrust Practice. Mr. Robins represents clients, including a number of prominent private equity firms and Fortune 500 companies, before the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.