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Shearman & Sterling LLP

599 LEXINGTON AVENUE, NEW YORK, NY 10022-6069, USA
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Work +1 212 848 4000
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Jessica Delbaum

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Shearman & Sterling LLP

Work Department

Antitrust

Position

Jessica Delbaum is a partner in Shearman & Sterling’s Antitrust Group. Her practice focuses on defending multinational companies’ mergers and acquisitions before the Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice as well as coordinating the multi-jurisdictional antitrust defense of transactions. Ms. Delbaum also counsels clients on an extensive array of antitrust issues such as competitor collaborations, cartel leniency applications, and Hart-Scott-Rodino Act compliance, including integration planning. Ms. Delbaum has defended substantive merger investigations involving a wide variety of industries, including health care, industrial gases, mining and finance.

Education

Harvard University, Law School, J.D., 2001, cum laude; Columbia College, Columbia University , B.A. (Economics-Philosophy), 1996, magna cum laude


United States: Antitrust

Cartel

Within: Cartel

Shearman & Sterling LLP's Djordje Petkoski, David Higbee and Ryan Shores in Washington DC are currently acting for major Japanese manufacturer Rubycon in a criminal DOJ investigation and associated civil and class action lawsuits. The firm has strong expertise in the financial sector, and New York partner Adam Hakki looks after clients such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, BNP Paribas and Barclays; he is currently advising a leading financial institution on DOJ investigations into the equity trading market. On the West Coast, San Francisco-based Patrick Robbins is representing senior executives within foreign manufacturing companies in separate criminal DOJ investigations into alleged price-fixing practices in the technology and automotive sectors. Also notable are Washington's Todd Stenerson and New York's Jessica Delbaum, who are currently handling sensitive matters pertaining to 'no-poach' agreements and anti-competitive practices in the generic drugs space.

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Merger control

Within: Merger control

Shearman & Sterling LLP fields 'an elite team, confidently led by David Higbee', which 'sees around corners that other outfits just can't seem to'. New York's Jessica Delbaum 'is very proactive in her approach' and Ben Gris - who recently joined from the FTC - 'has a unique first-hand merger litigation experience and knows the regulators inside out'. The team advised LyondellBasell on its acquisition of high-performance material supplier A. Shulman, and assisted Glatfelter - led by Delbaum - with its acquisition of Georgie-Pacific's European nonwoven business. Also notable is of counsel Wayne Collins, who splits his time between New York and Washington DC, and is 'the rare kind of lawyer who is at home with regulators, CEOs, economists and can communicate on every level'. Gris and Higbee are based in Washington DC.

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