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US: D.C., New York O’Melveney & Myers lawyers named to partner

 |  December 17, 2014

O’Melveney & Myers LLP announced this week that nine of its lawyers have been promoted to partner, three of which are well versed in antitrust law.

According to a press release by the firm, Courtney Dyer, Edward Moss and Katrina Robson have been named to partner.

Dyer is based at the firm’s Washington, D.C. office where she focuses on private and government antitrust litigation. Her specialties include defending mergers and acquisitions before federal authorities and representing clients in antitrust investigations. She has been at the firm since 2003.

Also based in the Washington, D.C. Antitrust and Competition group is Katrina Robson, whose work centers on antitrust compliance and other matters. She has represented clients in a variety of complex litigation cases and is a member of the American Bar Association Antitrust Leadership. Robson has also been with the firm since 2003.

Lastly, Edward Moss, based in New York, has represented clients in antitrust matters in a wide range of complex commercial litigation and federal investigations by the Federal Trade Commission, Department of Justice, Securities and Exchange Commission, and others.

All three are part of the nine new promotions to partner announced by the law firm; the positions are effective January 1, 2014.

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