Thomas D. York

Jones Day (Washington DC)
Lawyer (Associate)

Tom York is an Associate at Jones Day in their Dallas office. He focuses on antitrust and competition matters, including antitrust litigation, merger review, civil and criminal antitrust investigations, and internal investigations. He has experience before the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, state attorneys general, and international antitrust enforcers. He works across a range of industries, including aviation, consumer products, emerging technology, health care, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, semiconductors, and sports. Tom also counsels on antitrust issues, such as competitor collaborations, distribution, licensing, pricing, and single-firm conduct. Representative clients include American Airlines, Chevron, General Electric, Procter & Gamble, and Texas Instruments. Tom currently serves in leadership positions in the American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law, the State Bar of Texas Antitrust & Business Litigation Section, and the Dallas Bar Association Antitrust & Trade Regulation Section. He previously served as co-chair of the Antitrust Law Committee of the ABA’s Young Lawyer Division. Tom has written extensively for these and other organizations, including as a contributing author on several ABA books and as a publishing author in Antitrust Magazine, The Antitrust Source, and others. He regularly presents on antitrust compliance, merger remedies, antitrust litigation, and similar topics.

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Articles

464 Bulletin

Kathryn M. Fenton, Michael H. Knight, J. Bruce McDonald, Ryan C. Thomas, Thomas D. York The U.S. District Court of Columbia rejects the Government’s challenge to a vertical merger between an entertainment company and a distribution company (AT&T / Time Warner)

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Court Rejects DOJ Antitrust Challenge to AT&T/Time Warner* After eighteen months of investigation and litigation, a federal district court has rejected the Justice Department’s challenge to AT&T’s $108 billion acquisition of Time Warner Inc. Although the government could appeal, the (...)

J. Bruce McDonald, Kathryn M. Fenton, Michael H. Knight, Nathaniel J. Harris , Ryan C. Thomas, Thomas D. York The US FTC publishes a blog post reminding merging parties to avoid creating antitrust liability through the exchange of competitively sensitive information during merger negotiations

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In Short The Situation: The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") recently published a blog post reminding merging parties to avoid creating antitrust liability through the exchange of competitively sensitive information during merger negotiations and due diligence. The Risk: Information-sharing (...)

David P. Wales, Kathryn M. Fenton, Michael H. Knight, Paula W. Render, Thomas D. York The Federal Trade Commission revises the Merger rules which implements automatic atay of Administrative litigation when Agency loses preliminary injunction in Court

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One important procedural difference between merger challenges by the U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission is that FTC may challenge a non-consummated merger through both a district court preliminary injunction and administrative litigation (Part 3 adjudication). Recent (...)

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