Baker Botts (Washington)

Nathan Chubb

Baker Botts (Washington)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Nathan Chubb is a Senior Associate in the firm’s Antitrust and Competition Practice. Mr. Chubb advises clients on all aspects of antitrust law, with an emphasis on the Oil and Gas industries. Between his prior experience at the FTC and his experience at Baker Botts, Mr. Chubb has advised or investigated transactions at every level of the Oil and Gas production and distribution chain, as well as associated financial markets and oil field services. In addition to Oil and Gas industries, Mr. Chubb has worked on various matters in software, technology, pharmaceutical, heavy machinery, multifamily, and transportation industries. Additionally, Mr. Chubb has represented several companies in consumer protection matters in front of the FTC, including responding to CIDs and Subpoenas regarding Made in America claims. Prior to joining Baker Botts, Mr. Chubb was a Staff Attorney at the Federal Trade Commission, Bureau of Competition. There, Mr. Chubb’s practice focused on merger and conduct investigations in the oil and gas industry.

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Nathan Chubb, Catriona Hatton, Michael J. Perry, Stephen Weissman The US Government Accountability Office publishes the results of its study into the prescription drug industry

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Prior to the year-end holiday season, the United States Government Accountability Office (“GAO”) released the results of its long-awaited study into the prescription drug industry’s “Profits, Research and Development Spending, and Merger and Acquisition Deals.” The report responds to Congressional (...)

Nathan Chubb, John M. Taladay, Stephen Weissman, Joseph Ostoyich The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit rejects antitrust claims predicated on a supplier’s market-share discount program and other promotional tactics (Eisai / Sanofi)

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On May 4, 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit announced its decision in Eisai, Inc. v. Sanofi Aventis U.S., LLC, rejecting antitrust claims predicated on a supplier’s market-share discount program and other promotional tactics. While the court’s decision adds some definition to (...)

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