Skip to content

People Search

28 results
Dylan Ballard
Partner — Antitrust
San Francisco
Adam Hudes
Partner — Antitrust
Washington, D.C.
Jeffrey S. Johnston
Partner — Government Investigations & White Collar Criminal Defense, Shareholder Litigation & Enforcement
[Jeff] is a strong advocate who knows how to gain the trust of his clients. . . . He is a very impressive lawyer who knows how to command a room. [Chambers Review]
Kara Kuritz
Partner — Antitrust
Washington, D.C.
Jamie Leader
Partner — Commercial & Business Litigation
Stephen Medlock
Partner — Antitrust
Washington, D.C.
I take pride in efficiently resolving my clients' highest stakes and most complex antitrust matters. I learn my clients' business inside and out so that I can find the solutions that others don't see.
Chris Popov
Partner — Commercial & Business Litigation
Jason Powers of Vinson and Elkins Houston
Partner — Commercial & Business Litigation
l want my clients to know I understand their business and where they're coming from. I want to learn what they do, how they do it, and why they do it. I talk to everyone I can, from the general counsel to the front lines—because if I’m going to tell my client’s story, I need to be able to do it in their voice.
Mike Scarborough
Craig P. Seebald
Partner — Antitrust
Washington, D.C.
When a cartel investigation starts, our clients typically face investigations in multiple jurisdictions. We develop and execute strategies to navigate the complexities of defending our clients in those jurisdictions. Our work starts on day one of the investigation and we support our clients every step of the way.
Darren Tucker
Partner — Antitrust
Washington, D.C.
My practice deals with some of the most cutting-edge antitrust issues in the world. My work requires that I advocate for clients in complex matters where the law is often unsettled. I enjoy that challenge and I'm always working to find creative solutions for the companies I represent.
Hill Wellford
Partner — Antitrust
Washington, D.C.
I work with creative people, risk-takers. When their moonshots succeed, they draw antitrust attention. To counsel and advocate for them, I first have to learn about the ways in which they are changing whole industries – that’s fascinating to me.