Ms Marin Boney > Kirkland & Ellis LLP > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile

Kirkland & Ellis LLP
1301 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington, D.C., 20004
United States
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Work Department

Antitrust & Competition

Position

Marin Boney is an antitrust and competition partner in Kirkland’s Washington, D.C., office. Ms. Boney regularly represents clients before the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice in complex merger reviews and government investigations. She also counsels clients on a range of business issues, including joint ventures, pricing, and distribution agreements. Ms. Boney has represented clients in a wide variety of industries, with particularly strong experience in software and technology, energy, healthcare, and consumer products and services transactions.

Before law school, Ms. Boney was an analyst at the economic consulting firm Lexecon Inc. (now part of Compass Lexecon).

Education

University of Chicago Law School, J.D., 2008, with Honors; Massachusetts Institute of Technology, S.B., Political Science, 2000.

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Antitrust > Merger control

(Next Generation Partners)

Marin BoneyKirkland & Ellis LLP

Kirkland & Ellis LLP takes on both US and foreign mergers clearances, hence filing numerous HSR notifications as well as handling second requests on a regular basis. ‘Exceptionally knowledgeable and strategic’ antitrust teams in Chicago, New York, Washington DC and Dallas work closely with the firm’s M&A department to handle antitrust aspects of transactions. Practice strength is evenly balanced across locations: Washington DC fields Matthew Reilly, healthcare expert Marin Boney and Michael DeRita. Katherine Rocco, global transactional practice co-head Ian John and Peter McCormack are all located in New York. Chicago is James Mutchnik‘s playing field, which includes a white-collar crime defense practice in addition to antitrust merger advice. The Dallas office recently received a significant boost with the arrival of Sean Royall and Olivia Adendorff from Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP in November 2019. Richard Cunningham relocated to Washington DC.