Harris Nathaniel J.

Bennett Jones (Washington)
Associate

Nate Harris practices antitrust law, with a focus on litigation, counseling, and defending M&A transactions before antitrust enforcement agencies. He has advised clients on antitrust matters in a variety of industries, including health care, technology, energy, and transportation. He has experience working on matters before the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Trade Commission, and various state attorneys general. Nate’s practice encompasses counseling buyers and sellers at various stages of a deal, from premerger planning, through HSR and other regulatory filings, U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission investigations, and litigation in federal court. His litigation experience includes drafting motions, fact investigation, deposition preparation, and preparing witnesses for trial. He also has substantial e-discovery experience, including implementing predictive coding and working extensively with document vendors.

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J. Bruce McDonald, Kathryn M. Fenton, Michael H. Knight, Nathaniel J. Harris , Ryan C. Thomas, Thomas D. York The US FTC publishes a blog post reminding merging parties to avoid creating antitrust liability through the exchange of competitively sensitive information during merger negotiations

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In Short The Situation: The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") recently published a blog post reminding merging parties to avoid creating antitrust liability through the exchange of competitively sensitive information during merger negotiations and due diligence. The Risk: Information-sharing (...)

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