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Lawyer Rankings

United States > Antitrust > Cartel

(Next Generation Partners)

Eva Cole  – Winston & Strawn LLP 

Winston & Strawn LLP recently bolstered its antitrust capacities through the promotion to partner of Jonathan Amoona in New York, Diana Hughes Leiden  in Los Angeles, Ian Papendick in San Francisco, and the hire of Eric Meiring from the DOJ in the Washington DC office. The ‘substantive knowledge of the cartel group is extremely high‘ and the team truly sets itself apart through its complete lack of ivory tower issues‘. Particularly noted are Chicago-based James Herbison and Michael Mayer, who are ‘both top notchprofessional, responsive and open to different strategies‘. Associate Kevin Wolff sits in Chicago and is also recommended by clients. The team is jointly led by Jeffrey Kessler and Eva Cole from New York.

United States > Antitrust > Civil litigation/class actions: defense

The civil litigation team at Winston & Strawn LLP is jointly led by Jeffrey Kessler and Eva Cole and was recently bolstered by the arrival in Washington DC of Neely Beth Agin and Eric Meiring from Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP and the DOJ, respectively. The firm’s strength in the sports sector can be seen in Kessler’s victory on behalf of a class of NCAA athletes in its challenge against the NCAA’s restraints on compensation. In another highlight, Chicago-based Dan Webb and New York-based Aldo Badini defeated Keurig’s motion to dismiss their client Treehouse Foods’ complaint of anti-competitive practices. Other key names in the Chicago office include James Herbison and David Dahlquist, while Robert Pringle sits in San Francisco. Recent team developments also include the promotion to partner of Ian Papendick in San Francisco, sports litigation expert Jonathan Amoona in New York and Diana Hughes Leiden in Los Angeles.