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Former DOJ Assistant Chief Joins Foley & Lardner’s Antitrust Team

 |  April 1, 2024

Mark Grundvig, formerly with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), has joined Foley & Lardner LLP as a partner in its Antitrust & Competition Practice Group in Washington, D.C. Grundvig brings over two decades of experience in antitrust investigations and prosecutions to the firm.

During his time at the DOJ, Grundvig served as Assistant Chief in the Antitrust Division’s Washington Criminal II Section. In this role, he led investigations and prosecutions of criminal violations of federal antitrust laws, including cases involving price-fixing, bid-rigging, customer allocation, and fraud.

Elizabeth Haas, chair of Foley’s Antitrust & Competition Practice Group, stated, “Mark’s extensive experience enhances our ability to help clients navigate the antitrust enforcement landscape. His arrival immediately strengthens our antitrust bench.”

Before joining Foley, Grundvig spent nearly 10 years as a senior trial attorney with the Antitrust Division, leading significant criminal antitrust investigations involving various industries.

David Sanders, managing partner of Foley’s Washington, D.C. office, emphasized Grundvig’s expertise, stating, “His insight acquired through years of working in government will enhance our client service.”

Grundvig expressed excitement about joining Foley, citing the firm’s national platform and impressive roster of antitrust litigators. He looks forward to leveraging his experience to guide clients through today’s antitrust challenges.

Source: Foley