Sidley Austin (Washington)

Vadim M. Brusser

Sidley Austin (Washington)

Vadim Brusser has a broad antitrust practice advising clients in all aspects of the merger control and regulatory review process. With experience counseling on every component of antitrust law, he advises on hundreds of deals per year helping clients navigate regulatory reviews, government investigations, and litigation. Prior to joining Sidley, he was a partner at Weil Gotshal and Manges, and also served as a lawyer at the Federal Trade Commission involved in merger and non-merger investigations and litigations.

Vadim has been recognized for his antitrust work by various publications, including Who’s Who Legal who named him a “Future Leader” in Competition in 2022, describing him as a lawyer who “routinely secures clearance for major, multibillion-dollar transactions” and who “impresses observers with his ‘in-depth knowledge of any given matter and his ability to juggle numerous tasks at once.’”

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Alexis Brown-Reilly, Jonathan Cheng, Vadim M. Brusser The US DoJ settles HSR Act violation case with record fine for inappropriately relying on the investment-only exemption and failing to comply with the premerger notification requirements (ValueAct / Halliburton / Baker Hughes)


Hedge Fund Settles HSR Act Violation, Setting Record $11 Million Fine* On July 12, 2016, two ValueAct funds and their common general partner (collectively, “ValueAct”) agreed to pay an $11 million penalty and adopt extensive compliance procedures to settle alleged violations of the (...)


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