Jones Day (New York)

Aaron M. Healey

Jones Day (New York)

Aaron Healey is a trial lawyer representing clients in complex commercial litigation with an emphasis on antitrust matters. He represents clients in a wide range of industries, including health care services and pharmaceuticals, consumer products, finance, airlines, railroads, defense technologies, and gaming. Aaron has defended several mergers from antitrust challenges, including the successful defenses of STERIS Corporation’s acquisition of Synergy Health against a challenge brought by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Cabell Huntington Hospital’s acquisition of St. Mary’s Medical Center from a challenge also brought by the FTC. He represented Aetna in its acquisition of Humana from a challenge brought by the Department of Justice (DOJ). Aaron represented Parker Hannfin against a challenge brought by the DOJ to a consummated transaction. He currently represents a Firm client against a challenge brought by the FTC to another consummated merger. Aaron represents clients in litigation against cartel and monopolization claims. Aaron has experience representing pharmaceutical companies against antitrust claims arising out of the enforcement of patent rights. He currently represents a railroad against cartel and monopolization claims. He also currently represents an aerospace company against group boycott and monopolization claims. Aaron regularly counsels Firm clients, including a leading financial institution, on antitrust compliance and risk management. Beyond antitrust matters, Aaron has experience across the gamut of commercial litigation, including trade secrets matters, high-stakes contract and noncompete disputes, consumer fraud class actions, and mass torts. He currently represents several universities in football concussion litigation.

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Jürgen Beninca, Dr. Qiang Xue, Harriet Territt, Aaron M. Healey, Rajeev Muttreja, Mahesh V. Parlikad, Ricardo H. Puente, Wilson L.K. Sung The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit overturns on comity grounds a multi-million dollar price-fixing judgment against two Chinese exporters of Vitamin C (Animal Science Products / Hebei Welcome Pharmaceutical)


In Short The Situation: For a second time, the Second Circuit reversed on international comity grounds, due to a conflict between U.S. and Chinese law, a $148 million price-fixing judgment against two Chinese exporters of Vitamin C. The Result: Although arising in the antitrust context, (...)

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