Sheppard Mullin (Washington)

John D. Carroll

Sheppard Mullin (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

John D. Carroll is a partner in the Business Litigation and Antitrust Practice Groups in the Washington, D.C., office of Sheppard Mullin. His practice focuses on civil and criminal antitrust matters, including mergers & acquisitions, strategic counseling and compliance, and global cartel investigations, where he represents clients before the Department of Justice Antitrust Division, Federal Trade Commission, and international and state antitrust enforcement authorities. Mr. Carroll also represents financial services companies in connection with government investigations, particularly those involving consumer protection issues. Mr. Carroll joined King & Spalding in 2011 after spending three years in the antitrust group at Ropes & Gray. Prior to joining Ropes & Gray, he was a staff attorney for several years in the Mergers I Division of the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition. While with the FTC, he investigated, challenged, and negotiated settlements in a number of potentially anti-competitive business combinations in the technology, consumer products, defense, healthcare, and pharmaceutical industries and received an Award for Meritorious Service in 2005 for work on merger litigation.

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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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