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Roxann Henry Named to GCR’s 150 Women in Antitrust

02 Dec 2016

Washington, D.C. partner Roxann Henry has been recognized as one of Global Competition Review’s 150 Women in Antitrust for 2016. This is the second year that Roxann has received this honor.

Now in its fifth edition, Women in Antitrust profiles women who have made an impact on competition law and who have “made groundbreaking contributions to the ever-changing, increasingly globalised competition landscape.”

Roxann currently serves as chair of the ABA’s Antitrust Section. Over her 30-year career, she has handled some of the highest profile merger reviews, including securing clearances for billion-dollar global acquisitions and coordinating global strategies.

“Over my many years,” says Roxann, “I’ve seen this community grow and diversify. Much has changed, but much has not, yet the excitement from the never-ending assortment of new challenges continues.

Read Roxann’s profile.



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