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Q&A with Deborah Garza

Media Mention

March 23, 2017, Global Competition Review

Deborah Garza discusses antitrust cartel enforcement ahead of GCR Live Cartels in an interview with Global Competition Review.

March 23, 2017, Global Times

Timothy Stratford participated in a discussion hosted by CGTN’s “The Point” and is quoted in a Global Times article providing highlights from the event, “Follow the Money 2017.” Commenting on President Trump’s Trade Agenda for 2017 and the need for freer and fairer trade, Stratford says, “I think, ideally, you have to have both of them. And you can only have ...

March 23, 2017, Die Zeit

Jennifer Plitsch is quoted in a Die Zeit article regarding the Department of Homeland Security’s request for U.S.-Mexico border-wall prototypes. Commenting on the short time frame interested companies have to create a concept, Plitsch says, “The schedule is breathtakingly close.”

March 20, 2017, The National Law Journal

Ben Razi is quoted by The National Law Journal in an article about clients who make bold, public statements and how they can impact litigation. According to Razi, it's crucial to be aware of any and all public statements a client made before taking a litigation position. He adds that if lawyers aren't aware of every word, they risk "taking a position that's ...

March 17, 2017, Global Competition Review

Deborah Garza is quoted in a Global Competition Review article examining the new report released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s International Competition Policy Expert Group. According to Garza, who co-chairs the group, “there is legitimate concern that some countries may be using their competition laws to distort competition and to favour their own interests ...

March 16, 2017, Law360

Jack Schenendorf is quoted in a Law360 article regarding President Trump’s 2018 budget blueprint, which would cut the Department of Transportation’s funding by 13 percent, and its effect on the promised infrastructure investment plan. “Transit systems going forward would seem to be taking a big hit, but in today’s world it’s important to have good seamless ...

March 15, 2017, Law360

Deborah Garza is quoted in a Law360 article examining the new report released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s International Competition Policy Expert Group. According to Garza, who co-chairs the group, “The U.S. has long supported the use of antitrust law to promote competitive markets that drive economic development and prosperity.” She adds, “But there is ...

March 15, 2017, The National Law Journal

Beth Brinkmann is quoted by The National Law Journal in an article regarding a research project uncovering how many women argued at the Supreme Court throughout its history. Brinkmann, who clerked for Justice Harry Blackmun in the October 1986-87 term, recalls seeing “dozens” of female advocates at the lectern for arguments. According to Brinkmann, seeing women ...

March 15, 2017, Defense News

Roger Zakheim is quoted in a Defense News article regarding the release of the highly anticipated 2018 budget blueprint by the Trump Administration. According to Zakheim, the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) will “for sure” end up playing a part in the budget discussions, despite Mick Mulvaney's previous attempts to restrict the use of the funding ...