Covington & Burling (Washington)

Anne Y. Lee

Covington & Burling (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

Anne Lee, co-chair of the Covington’s global Antitrust and Competition Law Practice Group, advises clients in complex antitrust litigation matters, strategic transactions, and government investigations. She represents clients before the DOJ and FTC on multi-jurisdictional mergers, competitor collaborations, and joint ventures, and she has litigated cases at the trial and appellate levels in both state and federal courts. Ms. Lee also provides antitrust counseling on a wide range of business conduct and compliance issues. A recognized leader in the area, Ms. Lee has been named to the “40 Under 40” rankings of both The National Law Journal and Global Competition Review.

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Articles

332 Bulletin

Thomas Barnett, Anne Y. Lee, Terrell McSweeny The US President Joe Biden issues an executive order to promote competition in the American economy that includes 72 initiatives targeting the labor, healthcare, agriculture, transportation, internet service, technology, and banking and consumer finance sectors

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President Biden today signed an expansive Executive Order to promote competition that includes 72 initiatives targeting the labor, healthcare, agriculture, transportation, internet service, technology, and banking and consumer finance sectors. In the Order, President Biden calls on the (...)

Steven Fagell, Thomas Barnett, Anne Y. Lee, Phillip H. Warren, Derek Ludwin, Ross A. Demain The US DoJ remains committed to prosecuting collusion in labor markets to reduce employee wages (Neeraj Jindal)

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On December 10th, the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice announced its first criminal indictment targeting an alleged conspiracy to reduce employee wages. The DOJ charged the former owner of a therapist staffing company with conspiring to reduce pay rates for healthcare worker (...)

Kathryn Cahoy, Thomas Barnett, Anne Y. Lee, Derek Ludwin The US antitrust enforcers warn of continued action against collusive conduct impacting workers in US labour markets during the pandemic

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The Department of Justice Antitrust Division and the Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition issued another reminder yesterday that the COVID-19 pandemic does not exempt companies from complying with federal antitrust laws. The agencies’ latest statement focuses on the labor force and (...)

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