McDermott Will & Emery (Washington)

Andrew J. Lee

McDermott Will & Emery (Washington)
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Andrew Lee is a partner in Steptoe’s Washington office, where he is a member of the Antitrust & Competition Group. Mr. Lee has experience in advising both domestic and international clients on all aspects of antitrust and competition laws, and focuses his practice primarily on antitrust counseling, defense of clients against both criminal and civil government investigations, and civil litigation and class actions arising from alleged antitrust violations. A substantial portion of Mr. Lee’s practice in the last several years has focused on representing corporations and individuals under investigation in the United States and other foreign jurisdictions for possible antitrust violations. Mr. Lee also frequently counsels clients with respect to both pre-merger notification and agency review process for mergers and acquisitions in both US and non-US jurisdictions. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Lee worked at the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) where he handled numerous pre-merger investigations under the Hart-Scott-Rodino Act of proposed mergers and acquisitions in the retail, energy, utilities, media, internet, and e-commerce industries.

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Andrew J. Lee The US Supreme Court holds that the sentencing guidelines may no longer mandate judges to enhance sentences beyond the statutory maximum unless the predicate facts supporting such enhancements are first proved by a jury beyond a reasonable doubt, or admitted by defendant (Booker)

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On January 12, 2005, the US Supreme Court handed down a pair of landmark decisions that could fundamentally shift the balance of power for corporations facing criminal antitrust investigations from the Department of Justice (“DOJ”). In United States v. Booker and United States v. Fanfan, the (...)

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