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Julia E. McEvoy

Jones Day (Washington)

With more than 20 years experience at Jones Day and as a senior Department of Justice official, Julie McEvoy is a trusted advisor in antitrust and litigation matters involving private litigants as well as government agencies.

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Craig A. Waldman, John M. Majoras, Eric P. Enson, Bruce McDonald, Julia E. McEvoy The US DoJ brings its first criminal monopolization case in 50 years which relates to attempted monopolization in the construction sector (Nathan Nephi Zito)


A plea deal with a paving contractor follows the Department of Justice Antitrust Division’s ("DOJ") threat to resurrect criminal enforcement of the Sherman Act § 2 prohibition on monopolization and attempted monopolization. A paving contractor pleaded guilty to attempted monopolization in DOJ’s (...)

Julia E. McEvoy, David Kiernan, Bruce McDonald, Craig A. Waldman, Margaret A. Ward, Marc Siegel The US DoJ brings criminal charges for wage-fixing on therapist staffing companies (Neeraj Jindal)


The Department of Justice Antitrust Division ("DOJ") has indicted a Texas businessman for conspiring with competitors to fix employee wages in violation of the Sherman Act. This action challenges particularly blatant conduct, but is consistent with recent attention to antitrust in employment (...)

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