Roxann Henry has joined the Washington DC office of Morrison & Foerster LLP.
She arrives from recently dissolved firm Dewey & LeBoeuf where she served as co-chair of the global antitrust practice. Prior to joining Dewey she was a partner at Howrey LLP where she practised for over 30 years.
Henry is experienced in all aspects of antitrust and commercial litigation, with a focus on cartel and merger investigations. She has served as lead counsel in various complex civil and commercial disputes. Her clients hail from a variety of industries, including telecommunications, life sciences, mining, financial services and consumer products.
“Roxann is a top-tier antitrust practitioner and the addition of her team is a coup for MoFo,” said co-chair of the firm’s global antitrust group in DC, Stephen Smith. “Beyond her deep understanding of cartel investigations and litigation prowess, Roxann’s experience in leading high-profile merger reviews and civil investigations is a perfect fit with our expanding international antitrust and competition practice.”
Commenting on her new firm, Roxann said: “MoFo has a terrific antitrust practice and an impressive platform for clients with global antitrust needs. Given the firm’s trial talent and its impressive M&A practice, I’m confident my practice will fit in well.”
Henry is listed in The International Who’s Who of Competition Lawyers and Economists.