McDermott Will & Emery (Washington)

Noah Feldman Greene

McDermott Will & Emery (Washington)
Lawyer (Associate)

Noah Feldman Greene focuses his practice on antitrust matters. During law school, Noah served as a judicial intern for the Hon. Beverly Reid O’Connell of the US District Court for the Central District of California. He was senior editor of the Virginia Journal of International Law and participated in the William Minor Lile Moot Court. He is Not admitted to practice in the District of Columbia; admitted only in California. Supervised by principals of the Firm who are members of the District of Columbia Bar.

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Articles

781 Bulletin

Ashley M. Fischer, Katharine O'Connor, Noah Feldman Greene The US President Joe Biden issues an executive order affirming his administration’s policy of enforcing the antitrust laws to “combat the excessive consolidation of industry” and encourages enforcers to address hospital consolidation

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INTRODUCTION President Biden recently issued an executive order affirming his administration’s policy of enforcing the antitrust laws to “combat the excessive consolidation of industry” and cited healthcare markets as one of several priorities. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the US (...)

Stephen Wu, Ashley M. Fischer, Jeffrey Brennan, Noah Feldman Greene The Californian Attorney General announces a $575 million settlement with the largest hospital system in Northern California (Sutter Health)

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CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY GENERAL ANNOUNCES HISTORIC $575 MILLION SETTLEMENT OF ANTITRUST SUIT AGAINST SUTTER HEALTH * California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (AG Becerra) announced on Friday, December 20, 2019, the terms of a comprehensive settlement agreement reached with Sutter Health (...)

Noah Feldman Greene, Gregory E. Heltzer The U.S. FTC announces the launch of a new Technology Task Force to investigate anticompetitive conduct, review past transactions, and contribute to pending merger reviews

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THE LATEST: FTC’s New “Technology Task Force” Has Broad Mandate Including Review of Consummated Transactions* The US Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) Bureau of Competition announced the launch of a new Technology Task Force that will investigate anticompetitive conduct, review past transactions, (...)

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