Clifford Chance (Washington)

Brian Concklin

Clifford Chance (Washington)

Brian Concklin is Partner at the Washington D.C. office of Clifford Chance. He advises clients on compliance with the U.S. merger control laws, the regulatory review of mergers and acquisitions, government investigations into anti-competitive conduct, and the implementation of antitrust best practices. Brian has extensive experience navigating clients through the U.S. premerger notification process set forth by the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976, as amended. Brian has advocated on behalf of clients before the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Justice, including managing responses to Second Requests and negotiating remedies when necessary. Brian’s work has spanned numerous industries, including food & beverage; fintech, banking, private equity funds, telecommunications, air & space, chemicals, and bio-engineering.

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Brian Concklin, Timothy Lyons The US District Court for the District of Connecticut acquits six aerospace executives in a no-poach antitrust criminal prosecution (Mahesh Patel / Robert Harvey / Harpreet Wasan / Steven Houghtaling / Tom Edwards / Gary Prus)


US Department of Justice Faces Additional Setback in Criminal Antitrust Labour-Market Prosecutions* A recent acquittal in a criminal antitrust case marks another setback to the US Department of Justice’s effort to use criminal prosecutions to address alleged anticompetitive conduct in labour (...)


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