BakerHostetler, a leading national law firm, has further strengthened its Litigation Practice Group with the addition of Justin Murphy, a seasoned former federal prosecutor. Justin will be based in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office, where he will play a key role as a member of the Antitrust and Competition team. Additionally, he will lead the Cartel and Government Antitrust Investigations Task Force.
Justin Murphy, who brings a wealth of experience to BakerHostetler, was most recently a partner at McDermott Will & Emery. With a focus on government enforcement of complex antitrust and fraud matters, as well as white-collar criminal and related civil issues, Murphy has become a respected figure in the legal community.
In his new role, Justin will be spearheading the Cartel and Government Antitrust Investigations Task Force, showcasing his expertise in criminal antitrust investigations. His proficiency covers a wide range of issues, including bid-rigging, price-fixing, procurement fraud, labor market practices, and issues related to no-poach and market allocation across various industries.
The addition of Justin Murphy underscores BakerHostetler’s commitment to providing top-tier legal services to its clients. His extensive background and proven track record in handling intricate legal matters make him a valuable asset to the Antitrust and Competition team.
Commenting on his move to BakerHostetler, Justin Murphy expressed enthusiasm about joining the firm and leading the Cartel and Government Antitrust Investigations Task Force. He emphasized his dedication to providing strategic counsel to corporate and individual clients facing complex legal challenges.
BakerHostetler continues to attract top legal talent, further solidifying its position as a prominent player in the legal landscape. With Justin Murphy on board, the firm is well-positioned to navigate the evolving legal landscape and deliver exceptional legal services to its clients.
Source: Baker Law