Mr Craig Falls > Dechert LLP > Washington DC, United States > Lawyer Profile

Dechert LLP
1900 K STREET, NW
WASHINGTON DC 20006
United States
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Work Department

Antitrust/Competition

Career

Craig G. Falls helps companies obtain antitrust clearances for mergers and acquisitions, and defends transactions in litigation when necessary. He also advises companies on how to structure their joint ventures, licensing arrangements, and other commercial agreements to minimize antitrust risk, and has represented companies in conduct investigations by antitrust enforcers and in Sherman Act litigation brought by private plaintiffs. Mr.Falls has served clients in a wide variety of industries, including consumer packaged goods, retail and internet, supermarkets, pharmaceuticals, transportation, and energy.

Memberships

Vice-Chair, Unilateral Conduct Committee of ABA Section of Antitrust Law

Education

The College of William & Mary, B.A., 1995; University of Virginia School of Law, J.D., 2006

Lawyer Rankings

United States > Antitrust > Merger control

(Next Generation Partners)

Craig FallsDechert LLP

Dechert LLP ‘is the gold standard for outside counsel‘, according to one client. The antitrust team is ‘responsive, creative, practical and informed‘ and operates under the joint leadership of Steven Bizar and Michael Weiner in Philadelphia and New York, respectively. In recent highlights, Washington DC-based Mike Cowie is representing CVS Health in its proposed acquisition of health insurer Aetna as well as in its sale of its RxCrossroads unit to McKesson. Fresenius appointed the group to oversee its acquisition of NxStage, and counsel Gregory Luib – who sits in Washington DC – was part of the team which advised American Airlines on its extended partnership with Qantas. Also notable is Craig Falls, who has recently assisted clients in the manufacturing and construction space. Rani Habash was recently promoted to partner in Washington DC, while Paul Denis retired.