Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP has hired Roxann Henry as a partner in its antitrust practice group in Washington, DC.
She arrived from Howrey LLP where she spent almost 30 years.
An expert in all aspects of competition law, Henry regularly represents clients in antitrust grand jury investigations, including international cartel matters, and has particular expertise coordinating defences worldwide.
She has extensive experience in complex civil commercial disputes including racketeer-influenced and corrupt organizations, contracts and tort claims. She also regularly handles merger antitrust clearances and in 2010 she advised Nestlé on the sale of its Alcon eye care business to Novartis.
“We are delighted to have Roxann joining us,” said Paul Victor, co-chair of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s antitrust practice group. “She is an outstanding and versatile antitrust lawyer and enjoys an excellent domestic and international reputation in the global antitrust community. She will help us immensely build our antitrust practice, especially in our Washington, DC office. I very much look forward to working with her in these endeavours.”
In a group statement, Howrey said: “We want to thank Roxann for her years of service to Howrey. She is a first-class antitrust lawyer and we wish her all the best.”
Henry features in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers and Economists.