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US: DOJ antitrust official William Stallings joins Mayer Brown

 |  August 5, 2015

Mayer Brown announced this week that William H. Stallings has joined the firm’s global Antitrust & Competition practice as a partner in Washington DC. Previously, he was the Chief of the Transportation, Energy and Agriculture Section of the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division.

“Bill is a terrific addition to our expanding antitrust practice,” said Mike Lackey, leader of Mayer Brown’s global Litigation & Dispute Resolution practice. “His extensive substantive antitrust expertise and decades of government experience in significant areas, including energy, agriculture and transportation, will greatly benefit our clients.

Mr. Stallings is the most recent addition to Mayer Brown’s global Antitrust & Competition practice. In May, Mark W. Ryan, the first-ever Director of Litigation at the DOJ Antitrust Division, rejoined the firm in Washington DC to lead the global practice. Additionally, David Harrison joined the firm in May from Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP as a partner in the London office, where he co-leads the European antitrust team and is one of the leaders of the global Antitrust & Competition practice.

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