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Antitrust & Competition

Multidisciplinary, practical, and business-centric legal counsel at all stages of the corporate lifecycle.

Husch Blackwell provides clients with key antitrust and competition law guidance on a range of challenges and opportunities, including corporate transactions and compliance issues. Our antitrust law team maintains a large network of contacts and resources—including federal enforcement agencies, state attorneys general, trade groups, and legislative policymakers—and delivers practical, real-world guidance to clients on their most complex and challenging matters.

When matters are global in scope, our team of antitrust lawyers works hand in hand with local attorneys on the ground in more than 100 countries. Husch Blackwell is a member of TerraLex, a select network of premier law firms around the world, ensuring that clients have instant access to leading antitrust and competition professionals around the world.

When litigation is unavoidable, our antitrust litigation team is fully integrated into our wider practice and works seamlessly with our corporate lawyers and industry teams to provide clients with end-to-end legal counsel.

White Papers | November 01, 2023
Legal Insights for Manufacturing: Outlook for 2024

With each passing day it becomes more apparent the world that entered the COVID-19 pandemic is not the world that emerged from it.

Legal Updates | August 16, 2023
New Draft Merger Guidelines Complicate Deal Outlook
Legal Updates | March 18, 2020
Merger Reviews During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Legal Updates | January 31, 2020
Hart-Scott-Rodino Act Filing Thresholds Increase in 2020

Noncompliance with the HSR Act may result in increased civil penalties as of the effective date of up to $43,280 per day.

Media Mentions | August 02, 2021
Austin Monthly: Austin's Top Attorneys 2021
News Releases | September 16, 2019
Mark Tobey Joins Husch Blackwell's Austin Office

“Mark is a leading authority on competition and antitrust matters pertaining to agriculture,” said Steve Carman, the leader of Husch Blackwell’s Food & Agribusiness industry group.