Willkie Farr & Gallagher (Washington)

Theodore C. Whitehouse

Willkie Farr & Gallagher (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

Theodore Case Whitehouse is a partner in the Litigation Department of Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP in Washington, D.C. Mr. Whitehouse specializes in litigation, with a particular emphasis on antitrust and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act matters.

Mr. Whitehouse regularly engages in trial and appellate litigation and in antitrust and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act counseling. Recent significant engagements have included representation of Teva Pharmaceuticals in private antitrust litigation and government investigations, representing and advising Yamaha Motor Corporation USA on antitrust matters, advising a variety of clients on antitrust issues associated with merger and acquisition transactions, and advising and representing companies engaged in the telecommunications, petroleum, and media industries on Foreign Corrupt Practices Act matters. Mr Whitehouse has also advised and represented clients of the firm’s Communications, Media, and Privacy Department in antitrust matters, including representation of PRIMESTAR in its antitrust litigation with the Justice Department over efforts to acquire satellite authorizations, representation of MediaOne on antitrust issues associated with its merger with AT&T, and briefing and argument of appeals arising from several Federal Communications Commission actions.

Mr. Whitehouse’s representation was also sought in the following notable cases: Yamaha Motor Company, Ltd. v. Bombardier, Inc.; Caribbean Broadcasting System, Ltd. v. Cable & Wireless plc; Feist Publications, Inc. v. Rural Telephone Service Co., Inc.; BellSouth Adv. & Pub. Co. v. R.H. Donnelley Corp.; and Turner Broadcasting System, Inc. v. Federal Communications Commission.

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Barry A. Nigro, Theodore C. Whitehouse The US FTC requires an investing firm to relinquish voting rights for members of the board of directors and install an internal firewall before allowing the firm to acquire simultaneous interests in competing firms in gasoline terminaling services (Carlyle / Kinder Morgan)

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On January 25, 2007, the Federal Trade Commission (the “FTC”) announced a complaint challenging the acquisition of a 22.6 percent equity interest in Kinder Morgan, Inc. (“KMI”) by The Carlyle Group (“Carlyle”) and Riverstone Holdings (“Riverstone”). Simultaneously, the FTC made public an order (...)

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