Brian Meiners

King & Spalding, King & Spalding (Washington)
Lawyer (Counsel)

Brian Meiners is a counsel in the Litigation & Antitrust Practice Group in King & Spalding’s Washington, D.C., office. His practice focuses on assisting clients with responding to criminal and civil antitrust investigations in the United States and abroad, as well as counseling on strategic antitrust issues arising from a variety of transactions, joint ventures and competitor collaborations. Mr. Meiners also has significant experience representing clients in complex civil litigation and in conducting corporate internal investigations and global cartel investigations.

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King & Spalding (Washington)
King & Spalding (Washington)

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Brian Meiners, Jeffrey S. Spigel, John D. Carroll The US DoJ imposes divestiture of US operations before clearing a merger in the highly concentrated markets for point-of-sale terminals tailored for small and large retail stores (VeriFone / Hypercom)

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The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed two civil antitrust lawsuits, challenging, on May 10, the consummated merger between George’s Inc. and Tyson Foods and, on May 12, the proposed acquisition by Verifone Systems, Inc. of Hypercom Corp. Neither transaction was subject to the pre-merger (...)

Brian Meiners, Jeffrey S. Spigel, John D. Carroll The US DoJ requires divestiture of a processing plant in exchange for settling the investigation of a merger in the chicken processing industry (George’s Foods / Tyson Foods)

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The Department of Justice (DOJ) filed two civil antitrust lawsuits, challenging, on May 10, the consummated merger between George’s Inc. and Tyson Foods and, on May 12, the proposed acquisition by Verifone Systems, Inc. of Hypercom Corp. Neither transaction was subject to the pre-merger (...)

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