Ken Glazer concentrates his practice in antitrust and competition matters, representing domestic and international clients in numerous industries before the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the US Department of Justice. Mr Glazer served for three years as deputy director of the Bureau of Competition at the FTC, during the tenure of three separate FTC chairmen. Before joining the FTC, he was the senior competition counsel for The Coca-Cola Company.
Mr Glazer has represented clients in many different industries before the Federal Trade Commission, the United States Department of Justice, and foreign antitrust agencies on merger and non-merger matters. In his three years as deputy director of the Bureau of Competition he oversaw challenges to multibillion-dollar acquisitions, as well as merger and non-merger investigations in numerous industries.
In recent years, Mr Glazer has obtained clearance of several large international transactions, and has advised clients in many others. He has represented clients opposing transactions as well.
Mr Glazer currently serves as an international officer of the ABA antitrust section. In addition to numerous section leadership roles, he served as editor of the ABA’s Antitrust magazine and senior editor of the ABA’s Antitrust Law Journal.
Mr Glazer received his JD from Stanford Law School and a BA (with high distinction) from the University of California – Berkeley.
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