INTERVIEW : US – ANTITRUST - DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE - FEDERAL TRADE COMMISSION - PRIVATE PRACTICE - ANTITRUST

Sharis A. Pozen (DOJ): An insiders candid views of competition issues past and future

Interview conducted by Tiffany Rider, Skadden Arps, Washington DC.

You have had a successful career both in the government, at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) and Federal Trade Commission (FTC) — and in private practice. Can you discuss your keys to success and your most recent transition from Acting Assistant Attorney General at DOJ back to private practice? I have been very lucky throughout my career, in government and in private practice, to work with some of the very best antitrust attorneys, and they have been my role models. They taught me so much about so many things. As a result, I have three things that I live by and I believe they have been keys to any success I’ve had. First, do the best work every time because everything counts. And this is something I learned the hard way - I know I didn’t do my very best work every time. So for

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Authors

  • Clifford Chance (Washington D.C.)
  • Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider (Washington)

Quotation

Sharis A. Pozen, Tiffany Rider, Sharis A. Pozen (DOJ): An insiders candid views of competition issues past and future, December 2012, Concurrences N° 4-2012, Art. N° 49228, www.concurrences.com

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