Jones Day (Washington)

Katherine M. Brockmeyer

Jones Day (Washington)

Katherine Brockmeyer is a partner with Jones Day in their Washington office. For more than a decade, she has advised clients on competition law matters, focusing on merger reviews before U.S. and international antitrust enforcement agencies. She has extensive experience counseling clients at every stage of a deal, including premerger planning, regulatory filings, and investigations. She also routinely advises clients on a variety of antitrust topics, including pricing and distribution issues, competitor collaborations, clinical integration, and conduct investigations. Katherine Brockmeyer’s recent representations include serving as antitrust counsel to CBS in the sale of CBS Radio to Entercom and to Patrón Spirits International in connection with its sale to Bacardi. Kate has advised clients in a range of industries, including media, advertising, consumer products, hospitality, building materials, and health care. Representative clients include Procter & Gamble, Rite Aid, HeidelbergCement, Outfront Media, Yale New Haven Health System, and Georgia-Pacific. She is a member of the American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Law. She serves as vice chair of the Section’s Pricing Conduct Committee.

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Craig A. Waldman, Katherine M. Brockmeyer, Peter Julian, Bruce McDonald, Jeremy P. Morrison, Peter Schwingler The US FTC and DOJ issue radical reforms to the national merger guidelines


The Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”) and U.S. Department of Justice Antitrust Division (“DOJ”) recently introduced proposed revisions to the existing merger guidelines. The new draft guidelines, if enacted in a form similar to the current draft, would represent a seismic shift in how the (...)

Jason Beer, Charlotte Breuvart, Katherine M. Brockmeyer, Marta Delgado Echevarría, Mark Jones, Geoffroy Van De Walle, Johannes Zöttl The UK Competition Authority provisionally fines a premier league football club up to £880k after it admitted to an anticompetitive arrangement with a sports clothing retailer which reported the arrangement under the Authority’s leniency policy (Leicester City FC / JD Sports)


The UK’s Competition and Markets Authority ("CMA") will fine Leicester City Football Club ("LCFC") up to £880k after it admitted to an anticompetitive arrangement with sports clothing retailer JD Sports, which reported the arrangement under the CMA’s leniency policy. Both LCFC and JD Sports (...)

Katherine M. Brockmeyer, Michelle Fischer, Kathryn Fenton The US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit affirms a directed verdict following a rare price discrimination trial (Spartan Concrete Products / Argos USVI)


Failure to show antitrust injury proved fatal to price discrimination claims as the Third Circuit affirmed a directed verdict in favor of cement company, Argos USVI, in a case brought by its customer, ready-mix concrete company Spartan Concrete Products ("Spartan"). This decision highlights (...)


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