United States: Bill Baer Re-Joins Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer
Last Updated: May 17 2017

The Antitrust team at Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer is pleased to welcome Bill Baer back to the firm, effective May 30.

Bill returns to the firm after serving as Acting Associate Attorney General and Assistant Attorney General for Antitrust at the US Department of Justice. Earlier in his career, Bill served as the Director of the Bureau of Competition at the FTC, making him the only person ever to lead antitrust enforcement at both the FTC and the DOJ.  Bill's broad public policy expertise and his experience in the public and private sectors makes him a seasoned and trusted advisor on crisis management and high-stakes matters, including bet-the-company litigation, mergers and acquisitions, and other government civil and criminal investigations, both domestically and internationally.

We look forward to having Bill back, with his significant experience, to help us continue to meet our clients' needs.

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