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Linda Cenedella

Morgan Lewis (New York)
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Linda Cenedella, along with a strong banking regulatory and financial services background, focuses her practice on antitrust and competition law, with experience in class action litigation, investigations, and global advisory matters. She has represented Fortune 100 companies on diverse antitrust transactional and litigation issues, responding to regulatory investigations and handling sensitive internal investigations. As a former executive director and assistant general counsel at JPMorgan Chase & Co., Linda managed and supervised a portfolio of antitrust class actions and other complex commercial and consumer litigation, and advised on global competition matters. She actively managed and coordinated significant antitrust class actions and complex commercial litigation on behalf of her former employer, including actions alleging group boycotts in the credit default swaps and interest rate swaps markets, actions relating to a price-fixing conspiracy among Visa, MasterCard, and certain member banks of credit and debit card interchange fees and payment card network rules, and actions concerning a conspiracy among certain foreign exchange dealers to manipulate foreign currency benchmark exchange rates. Linda was named to the Order of the Coif at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. She is fluent in French, Cantonese, and Bislama, and conversational in Mandarin.

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1092 Review

Richard S. Taffet, Marc Rysman, Katie Glynn, Jonathan M. Jacobson, Linda Cenedella, Joanna Christoforou, Nicholas Pellow, Jon R. Roellke, Jorge Padilla, Albert Riera, Xavier Vives, Rainer Schwabe Tech’s Impact on Financial Services Competition

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Technology’s impact on competition in the financial services sector is profound. It has changed the competitive landscape by laying the ground for new financial products and services offered by traditional banks, fintechs and big tech. This has created new issues for antitrust enforcement and (...)

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