Rebecca Farrington is a partner in White & Case’s global antitrust/competition practice in Washington, DC. She joined the firm in 2008. Rebecca Farrington has developed a significant track record defending proposed and consummated mergers before the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice. Clients she has assisted in this capacity have operated in a broad spectrum of industries, including healthcare, food products, aviation, petroleum, coal, broadcasting, gaming, software, hardware, industrial products, energy and retail sales. In addition to her work in government investigations, Rebecca Farrington’s clients benefit from her extensive experience advising on issues relating to the Hart-Scott-Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act of 1976 (HSR Act), including proposed transactions’ global premerger notification requirements. Her work in this area has also involved negotiating antitrust provisions in transaction agreements, developing client HSR Act training programs and compliance procedures, and representing clients in "failure to file" situations. A significant portion of Rebecca Farrington’s practice is devoted to advising clients on critical antitrust risk issues relating to business initiatives such as joint ventures, pricing and distribution strategies, information and data-sharing and trade association and industry-wide collaborative efforts. Her antitrust counseling practice also covers such work as conducting antitrust compliance audits, analyzing liability exposure and recommending corrective action, as well as creating and presenting in-house training programs for client legal departments and business units. She has additionally developed and implemented corporate antitrust compliance policies, and online antitrust compliance training programs. Rebecca has significant civil litigation experience, and has defended allegations of price-fixing, bid-rigging and group boycotts in federal and state courts for clients in industries including construction materials, insurance, financial services and transportation.