Hughes Hubbard & Reed (Washington)

Ali Stoeppelwerth

Hughes Hubbard & Reed (Washington)
Special Counsel

Ali M. Stoeppelwerth is now a Special Counsel at Hughes Hubbard & Reed LLP. Prior she was a partner in the firm Regulatory and Government Affairs Department of WilmerHaleand and a member of the Antitrust and Competition and Aviation Practice Groups.

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2032 Bulletin

Ali Stoeppelwerth, Douglas Melamed, James W. Lowe, Leon B. Greenfield, Robert B. Bell, Thomas Mueller, Veronica Kayne The US DOJ demands conduct remedies in the form of establishing firewalls and publishing non-discriminatory criteria before clearing the vertical merger between a satellite producer and a payload supplier (Northrop Grumman / TRW)

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On December 11, 2002, the Department of Justice (DOJ) filed a proposed consent decree, permitting Northrop Grumman to proceed with its $7.8 billion acquisition of TRW. Northrop Grumman/TRW shows that the DOJ and the Department of Defense (DOD), which plays a leading role in reviewing (...)

Ali Stoeppelwerth, James W. Lowe, Leon B. Greenfield The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit rejects attempt by plaintiff to challenge the Sherman Act conduct in a case involving alleged conspiracy among US options exchanges (Stock Exchanges Options Trading)

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The Second Circuit recently rejected two attempts by plaintiffs to challenge, under Section 1 of the Sherman Act, conduct already subject to scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Both decisions hold that conduct is impliedly immune from the antitrust laws if Congress has given the (...)

Ali Stoeppelwerth, James W. Lowe, Leon B. Greenfield The US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issues a decision that limits the application of antitrust laws in securities (Friedman / Salomon Smith Barney)

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The Second Circuit recently rejected two attempts by plaintiffs to challenge, under Section 1 of the Sherman Act, conduct already subject to scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Both decisions hold that conduct is impliedly immune from the antitrust laws if Congress has given the (...)

Ali Stoeppelwerth, Jeffrey Ayer, William J. Kolasky The US FTC announces the implementation of new guidelines for future merger investigations relating mostly to FTC second requests

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On December 12, 2002, the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition announced the implementation of new guidelines for future merger investigations. The guidelines, which relate mostly to FTC Second Requests, emanate from Bureau-sponsored public workshops on best practices in merger (...)

Ali Stoeppelwerth, Douglas Melamed, Leon B. Greenfield, Thomas Mueller The US DOJ fines two US software companies for improperly coordinating their actions before the closing of the merger in violation of the HSR Act and Section 1 of the Sherman Act (CA / Platinum)

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The Department of Justice has just brought a case that should cause merging parties to take even greater precautions to ensure they do not improperly coordinate before closing. The DoJ complaint alleges violations both of the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 (HSR Act) and of (...)

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