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Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

1700 NEW YORK AVENUE, NW, SUITE 700, WASHINGTON, DC 20006-5215, USA
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Amanda Flug Davidoff

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Sullivan & Cromwell LLP

Position

Amanda Davidoff is a partner in S&C’s Washington, D.C. office and is a member of the Firm’s Litigation Group. She represents clients in a wide range of civil litigation matters at both the trial and appellate level, with a focus on complex securities and antitrust class actions and derivative litigation. Amanda also represents clients in high-stakes government investigations. For further information on her practice, please visit S&C's website: https://www.sullcrom.com/lawyers/AmandaFlug-Davidoff. 


United States: Antitrust

Civil litigation/class actions: defense

Within: Civil litigation/class actions: defense

Sullivan & Cromwell LLP has assisted clients with litigation connected with the setting of financial benchmark interest rates; Daryl Libow (Washington DC) and Christopher Viapiano (Washington DC) are acting for Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi in global regulatory investigations into the setting of Libor and SIBOR rates, and are also defending the client in MDL litigation concerning alleged conspiracies to manipulate multiple benchmarks. Steven Holley (New York), Amanda Flug Davidoff (Washington DC), Richard Pepperman (New York) and others are defending Barclays, Goldman Sachs, Nomura and Bank of Nova Scotia against actions centered on an alleged conspiracy to manipulate the Treasury securities market. Elsewhere, outside of financial services, Libow and Davidoff successfully defended BP against two putative class actions concerning an alleged conspiracy to fix the price of North Sea Brent Crude. The firm also acts for Volkswagen and Audi in Re German Automotive Manufacturers Antitrust Litigation.

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