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US: DOJ announces replacement for top prosecutor Scott Hammond

 |  November 26, 2013

The US Department of Justice announced earlier this week that Brent Snyder, former Perkins Coie partner, will replace Scott Hammond as the DOJ antitrust division’s top prosecutor.

Reports say Snyder has been with the DOJ since 2003 and was involved in key cases including the prosecution of companies involved in the wide-spread LCD price-fixing collusion.

Snyder was tapped to replace Hammond after the latter announced plans earlier this month to step down and join Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher as a partner.

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