Amy Garzon

Wells Frago (Charlotte)
Senior Counsel, Litigation, Regulatory Enforcement & Investigations

Amy Garzon is Senior Counsel, Litigation, Regulatory Enforcement & Investigations. Prior to this, she was Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of New York. Before that, Amy worked as an associate at Labaton Sucharow representing businesses in cases involving price fixing, monopolization, and other anticompetitive practices. Prior to joining Labaton Sucharow, Ms. Garzon was an associate at Fulbright & Jaworski LLP, where she handled various complex commercial litigation matters, including antitrust and RICO cases, internal investigations, and other business disputes. She also maintained a significant pro bono practice, including co-chairing the Harris County Foster Care Project of the Texas Appleseed Foundation, which was established to lobby the state legislature to reform the foster care system. Ms. Garzon began her career as a law clerk for Chief Judge Carolyn Dineen King of the United States Circuit Court for the Fifth Circuit. She then went on to clerk for Judge Nina Gershon of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Ms. Garzon is the co-author of “A Short Guide to the Prosecution of ‘Market Manipulation’ in the Energy Industry: CFTC, FERC, and FTC,” Global Competition Policy, July 2008. Ms. Garzon graduated summa cum laude and second in her class from New York Law School. While in law school, she served as the executive articles editor of the New York Law School Law Review and published the Comment, United States v. Langford, 48 N.Y.L. SCH. L. REV. 353 (2004). Ms. Garzon earned a B.S., cum laude, in Legal Studies, as well as an A.S. in Police Studies, from the John Jay College of Criminal Justice. Ms. Garzon is a member of the New York Bar Association, the Hispanic National Bar Association and the Federal Bar Council.

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Amy Garzon, Jay Himes The US District Court for the District of Idaho denies motion to dismiss antitrust conspiracy claims against potato grower cooperatives in US several states (In re Fresh and Process Potatoes Antitrust Litigation)


I Can’t Make You Love Me If You Won’t: Capper-Volstead Jilted* The intersection between the Sherman Act and the Capper-Volstead exemption for collective conduct by agricultural industry members has given rise to a number of recent cases. In re Fresh and Process Potatoes Antitrust Litig., (...)


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