Jeffrey S. Spigel

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

Jeff Spigel is a partner in King & Spalding’s Washington, D.C., office where he is head of the Antitrust Practice Group. Mr. Spigel’s practice focuses on assisting clients with responding to civil and criminal antitrust investigations in the United States and abroad, obtaining Hart-Scott-Rodino clearance and coordinating approvals in foreign jurisdictions of proposed transactions, pursuing or defending against antitrust claims, and counseling on strategic antitrust issues such as ones arising from benchmarking, competitor collaborations, distribution, licensing, marketing, pricing and trade association participation. Mr. Spigel also has significant antitrust experience in various segments of the healthcare industry. Mr. Spigel appears regularly before the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission and he coordinates with foreign counsel in dealing with regulatory bodies in jurisdictions around the globe. A graduate of Emory University, Mr. Spigel received his J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law and an LL.M. in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center. He is a member of the District of Columbia Bar and State Bar of Tennessee. Mr. Spigel is also a member of the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association, the American Health Lawyers Association, the Federal Communications Bar Association and the International Bar Association.

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Articles

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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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