Kerry C. Jones

Associate | Washington, D.C. | (202) 887-6944
(202) 887-6944

Kerry Jones is an associate in the Litigation Department of Morrison & Foerster’s Washington, D.C. office with a focus on antitrust matters. Her practice includes supporting clients across the spectrum of antitrust and competition law matters, such as strategic counseling to manage antitrust risks, Hart-Scott-Rodino premerger notification filings, gun jumping and merger clearance advocacy, and antitrust litigation. Kerry has experience representing clients across variety of industries, including telecommunications, semiconductors and other high technology markets, online platforms, transportation, financial services and life sciences. She has experience representing domestic and multinational companies in federal courts.

In law school, Kerry interned as a law clerk at Blue Ridge Legal Services, a legal aid society that provides pro bono civil legal assistance to low-income residents. Kerry received her J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law, where she served on the editorial board of the Virginia Journal of Law and Politics.

Kerry is admitted to practice in Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Representative Experience

Kerry has supported clients in all phases of the antitrust review process including:

  • Sprint Corp. and SoftBank Group, the controlling shareholder of Sprint, in the landmark $59 billion merger of Sprint and T-Mobile US, Inc. The deal is one of the largest telecommunications deals in history.
  • SoftBank Group in its $4.4 billion investment in WeWork, and later its $10 billion investment in the company
  • SoftBank Group (in the two largest private tender offers in history) in its $7.7 billion investment in Uber
  • Mobileye in its $15.3 billion acquisition by Intel
  • Axalta Coating Systems in its purchase of assets divested in connection with the Federal Trade Commission's review of an acquisition in its industry
  • Boyd Gaming Corporation in its acquisition of three casinos and in its purchase of assets divested in connection with the Federal Trade Commission’s review of an acquisition in its industry
  • ON Semiconductor in its $2.5 billion acquisition of Fairchild Semiconductor
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