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Antitrust Deputy Joins Morrison & Foerster From DOJ


17 Mar 2021

Alex Okuliar spoke to Law360 about his decision to join Morrison & Foerster as co-chair for the global antitrust group after serving as deputy assistant attorney general for civil enforcement in the U.S. Department of Justice’s (DOJ) antitrust division.

He told Law360 that his stint at the DOJ was a “tremendous opportunity” to help shape policy and contribute on important issues. “There’s a lot of really important and fascinating – frankly, from an antitrust lawyer’s perspective – work going on at the agency,” Alex said. “Part of the attraction, of course, in going to the DOJ is to be able to contribute to such important work.”

Alex added that his experience will allow him to help clients at MoFo “navigate some of the key issues that are front and center for the Biden administration today, for both agencies, as well as other agencies around the world.”

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