Morrison & Foerster (Washington)

Jeff Jaeckel

Morrison & Foerster (Washington)
Vice Chair

Jeff Jaeckel is head of Morrison & Foerster’s Washington, D.C. and Virginia Litigation Department. Mr. Jaeckel is an antitrust expert, litigator, and counselor. He regularly represents foreign and domestic corporations in connection with all manner of antitrust and competition law matters, from M&A investigations to cartel investigations to civil litigation. Mr. Jaeckel has notable experience representing corporations in connection with their most significant and complicated antitrust litigation, and in guiding corporations through domestic and international government investigations in the merger context or in criminal cartel investigations. Mr. Jaeckel also assists clients in the protection of their intellectual property and counsels clients on the antitrust ramifications of commercial agreements to capitalize on the value of intellectual property. Mr. Jaeckel serves as an Associate Editor of the Antitrust Magazine of the American Bar Association Antitrust Section, and is a member of the firm’s E-Discovery Task Force. He graduated with honors and was a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon, the international honor society in Economics. He was a writing staff member for the Wisconsin Environmental Law Journal, and was elected to Order of the Coif.


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804 Bulletin

Jeff Jaeckel, Marie-Claire Strawbridge, Thomas McQuail, Vishal Mehta The UK Competition Authority and US DoJ block the merger of two Finnish suppliers of equipment to port operators and reject the remedies offered by the parties (Cargotec / Konecranes)


This article has been nominated for the 2023 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. Cargotec/Konecranes : Failed shipping equipment merger illustrates aggressive UK/U.S. enforcement and increased skepticism of remedies* On March 29, 2022, (...)

Jeff Jaeckel The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit finds that the dominant company has violated section 2 of the Sherman Act by using its bundled rebate program and certain exclusive dealing arrangements to maintain its monopoly in the transparent tape (LePage’s / 3M)


This article has been nominated for the 2013 Antitrust Writing Awards. Click here to learn more about the Antitrust Writing Awards. LePage’s, Cascade Health Solutions, and a Bundle of Confusion* Discounts on bundled products are commonplace. Consumers value and often expect discounts when (...)


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