Mr. Delrahim draws on more than a decade of government experience to skillfully help clients across the full spectrum of industries and institutions navigate: Merger control procedures; Complex commercial transactions; Regulatory and government compliance issues; Government investigations, including congressional inquiries. As Assistant Attorney General at DOJ, Mr. Delrahim oversaw the review and resolution of hundreds of mergers and acquisitions, as well as more than 100 criminal investigations and indictments. Mr. Delrahim played a vital role in building the Antitrust Division’s engagement with its international counterparts, and is recognized as one of the most transformative and effective leaders of the division. He is a respected thought leader on the interplay of antitrust and emerging technologies, including digital media, communications, and blockchain. He previously served as Deputy Assistant Attorney General of the Antitrust Division overseeing International and Appellate (2003–2005), a Commissioner on the Antitrust Modernization Commission (2004–2007), and as antitrust counsel and later as Staff Director and Chief Counsel of the US Senate Judiciary Committee (2000–2003). Mr. Delrahim currently teaches a course on M&A transactions and multiple government bodies’ roles in reviewing transactions as an Adjunct Lecturer in Law at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously served on the Attorney General’s Task Force on Intellectual Property and as Chairman of the International Competition Network’s Merger Working Group.
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Interview conducted by Eleanor Fox, Walter J. Derenberg Professor of Trade Regulation, New York University School of Law. Makan Delrahim : Entrepreneurial spirit, international antitrust, and enforcement norms Assistant Attorney General Delrahim, we were delighted that you gave the opening (...)