Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP has hired Marc Schildkraut as a partner in its antitrust group based in Washington, DC.
Previously a partner at the recently dissolved Howrey LLP, Schildkraut is an internationally recognised leader in merger control and antitrust litigation and investigations. He frequently represents clients in Federal Trade Commission (FTC) proceedings and has secured antitrust approval for every merger case he has worked on as lead attorney. Some of his most notable cases include advising Texaco on its merger with Chevron and representing American aerospace manufacturer McDonnell Douglas on its merger with Boeing.
His arrival follows that of antitrust partners Roxann Henry, MJ Moltenbrey and Mark Schechter who also joined the firm in Washington, DC following the dissolution of Howrey.
Jeffrey Kessler, Dewey & LeBoeuf’s global litigation chairman said, “Marc’s arrival in our Washington antitrust practice brings further key skills to a team which has been significantly strengthened in the past two weeks.”
Roxann Henry commented, “I’m delighted that Marc is joining us at Dewey & LeBoeuf. In my long experience of working with him, he has consistently provided the right guidance to secure his client’s objectives. He brings vast experience, including not only his work at the FTC and in the energy, pharma and high tech areas, but also his history of insightful problem solving.”
Schildkraut features in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers and Economists.