Cadwalader’s Amy Ray Co-Authors Antitrust Chapter in Litigation Services Handbook

May 09, 2017

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Cadwalader partner Amy Ray is co-author of the Antitrust chapter in the recently released Litigation Services Handbook: The Role of the Financial Expert by editors Roman L. Weil, Daniel G. Lentz and David P. Hoffman.

The Litigation Services Handbook is considered the definitive guide for financial experts engaged in litigation services. This updated sixth edition includes new coverage of technology's role in the financial expert's practice, and the book’s focus on investigations provides practical insight from leading experts in the field. Amy Ray’s contribution to the new edition addresses U.S. antitrust laws, related procedural requirements and standards of proof, and methods of quantifying damages. She co-wrote the chapter with Christopher D. Wall of Ernst & Young.

As an Antitrust partner in Cadwalader’s Washington, DC office, Amy Ray represents clients in high-profile U.S. and international antitrust matters. She was featured in Global Competition Review as one of its "40 Under 40 – Class of 2016" and focuses on transactions, litigation, arbitration and investigations with a competition nexus. Among her notable representations are matters at the intersection of antitrust and technology, including her key role in Microsoft Corporation's acquisition of Skype (winner of Global Competition Review's "Merger Control Matter of the Year – Europe" in 2012); in Microsoft’s acquisition of LinkedIn, the largest in its history (winner of Global Competition Review's "Merger Control Matter of the Year – Europe" in 2017); and in the clearance of numerous intellectual property acquisitions.

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