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Hausfeld LLP Partner Megan Jones Selected for International Honor,

Washington, D.C.  -- Global Competition Review, an international publication, profiled 100 successful women in the field of competition law in its fourth edition of WOMEN IN ANTITRUST. Hausfeld LLP Partner Megan Jones was among those selected for international recognition due to the reputable and distinguished work she has delivered within the field of antitrust. Entrants were based in jurisdictions all over the world and profiled on the developments they have contributed to the field.  Ms. Jones was one of just twenty-three women in the U.S. chosen for this global distinction, and the only private attorney who exclusively works on behalf of victims of cartels.

The profile on Ms. Jones discussed the satisfaction she derives from helping corporations pursue cartel damages. She noted, “As an antitrust attorney, it’s exciting to perform a cartel analysis on a company’s global purchases and reveal to them the overcharges for which they are entitled to compensation in the U.S. and abroad. It can quickly add up to millions of dollars for corporations in some instances.” She also noted, “the pursuit of cartel damages is now viewed as a routine corporate responsibility, and I think rightly so.”

The Global Competition Review article on Ms. Jones is available at:

The 23 U.S. attorneys selected were:

1. MELANIE AITKEN, Partner, Bennet Jones, Washington, DC
2. MOLLY BOAST, Partner, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, New York
3. JULIE BRILL, Commissioner, U.S. Federal Trade Commission
4. PATRICIA BRINK, Director of Civil Enforcement, US Department of Justice’s antitrust division
5. DEBORAH FEINSTEIN, Partner, Arnold & Porter, Washington, DC
6. KATHRYN FENTON, Partner, Jones Day, Washington, DC
7. ELEANOR FOX, Professor of trade regulation, New York University School of Law
8. DEBORAH GARZA, Partner, Covington & Burling, Washington, DC
9. ILENE KNABLE GOTTS, Partner, Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz, New York
10. ROXANN HENRY, Partner, Morrison & Foerster, Washington, DC
11. AIMEE IMUNDO, Senior Counsel, General Electric, Washington, DC
12. MEGAN JONES, Partner, Hausfeld LLP, Washington, DC
13. PAMELA JONES-HARBOUR, Partner, Fulbright & Jaworski, Washington, DC, and New York
14. ELIZABETH KRAUS, Deputy Director for International Antitrust, US Federal Trade Commission
15. LYNDA MARSHALL, Assistant Chief of the Foreign Commerce Section, US Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division
16. LESLIE MARX, Partner, Bates White, Professor of Economics, Duke University
17. FIONA SCOTT MORTON, Professor of Economics, Yale University School of Management; Senior Consultant, Charles River Associates, Boston
18. JANET McDAVID, Partner, Hogan Lovells, Washington, DC
19. MAUREEN OHLHAUSEN, Commissioner, US Federal Trade Commission
20. LISA PHELAN, Chief of the National Criminal Enforcement section, US Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division
21. SHARIS POZEN, Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, Washington, DC
22. SUZANNE WACHSSTOCK, Chief Antitrust Counsel, American Express Travel Related Services, New York
23. MARGARET ZWISLER, Partner, Latham & Watkins, Washington, DC

The complete Global Competition Review article is available to subscribers at:

Practice Areas: Antitrust / Competition