Palo Alto – March 18, 2015 – Cooley's California antitrust attorneys were recommended by Global Competition Review. GCR is an essential daily resource for competition professionals worldwide and is recognized as a leading competition law and policy journal and news service.
The publication highlighted partners Mike Attanasio, John Dwyer, Francis Fryscak and Beatriz Mejia as part of a Cooley team spread across its California offices that advises on both litigation and transactional work.
GCR has also recognized attorneys in Cooley's DC office in the "US Government Antitrust" category in Global Competition Review's GCR 100, a survey of the world's leading law firms for competition. Washington, DC-based partners Howard Morse and Marc Schildkraut are each listed in GCR/Who's Who Legal: Competition (a directory of leading competition lawyers and economists).
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