Jones Day (Washington)

Jeremy P. Morrison

Jones Day (Washington)
Lawyer (Partner)

With more than a decade of experience in private practice and government service, Jeremy Morrison’s practice focuses on antitrust matters across a range of industries. His work centers primarily around complex antitrust compliance counseling, investigations, and mergers and acquisitions review before federal and state agencies, with extensive experience in consumer packaged goods, energy, technology, retail, and finance. He has counseled clients before the U.S. Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission, as well as international tribunals including the European Commission and Canadian Competition Bureau. Jeremy has successfully represented a wide variety of clients through every stage of a deal. Prior to rejoining Jones Day, Jeremy served as an attorney at the Federal Trade Commission, including as Counsel to the Director of the Bureau of Competition from 2013 to 2014. During his tenure at the FTC, Jeremy was the lead attorney on multiple merger investigations and prosecutions, including Pinnacle Entertainment’s purchase of Ameristar Casinos and Albertson’s acquisition of United Supermarkets. He also played an integral role in a number of high-profile FTC investigations and challenged transactions, including OSF Healthcare System’s proposed acquisition of Rockford Health System, Reading Hospital’s proposed acquisition of the Surgical Institute of Reading, Office Depot’s affiliation with OfficeMax, and Grifols, S.A.’s acquisition of Talecris Biotherapeutics Holdings. Jeremy, a member of the New York and District of Columbia Bars, is also active in the Antitrust Section of the American Bar Association.

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Articles

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Michael A. Gleason, Lin W. Kahn, Bruce McDonald, Jeremy P. Morrison, Craig A. Waldman The US FTC resurrects the unilateral pre-approval in merger investigation settlements to halt future anticompetitive mergers

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In Short The Development : The Federal Trade Commission ("FTC") revived a long-abandoned policy requiring that Commission orders settling FTC merger investigations include a "prior approval" clause that grants the FTC the unilateral authority to approve (or deny) certain future transactions (...)

Matthew Bull, Prudence Smith, Jeremy P. Morrison, Debra R. Belott The Australian Competition Authority proposes substantial changes to national antitrust merger review including introducing mandatory review and increased scrutiny of companies with substantial market power

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In Short The Situation : The leadership of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission ("ACCC") has put forward a series of sweeping proposals that, if implemented, would be the most substantial changes to Australian antitrust merger laws in nearly 30 years. The Context : Today, merger (...)

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