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December 2, 2016
LONDON—Global Competition Review has named two Covington partners to its Women in Antitrust list. Now in its fifth year, the report aims to identify and celebrate achievements of elite female antitrust professionals in private practice, as well as expert economists, in-house counsel, enforcers, and academics around the world.
Miranda Cole is a partner based in the firm’s Brussels office. She advises on all aspects of EC, international and UK competition law and policy, including merger control, compliance, vertical and horizontal arrangements, and abuse of dominance. Ms. Cole’s practice has a particular focus on advising companies active in the technology, communications, media, software, ecommerce, aviation, and life sciences sectors.
Deborah Garza is partner and co-chair of Covington’s global antitrust practice based in Washington. Ms. Garza joined Covington in 2009 from the Justice Department, where she served as Acting Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Antitrust Division and, prior to that, as Deputy Assistant Attorney General for regulated industries. From 2004 to 2007, while in private practice, Ms. Garza chaired the highly respected bipartisan Antitrust Modernization Commission by appointment of President Bush. She advises clients in all areas of the law, including mergers and acquisitions, criminal and civil investigations, and complex antitrust litigation. She is currently co-chairing a bipartisan group of antitrust and trade experts developing recommendations for the incoming Administration and Congress.
In September 2016, Ms. Garza participated in GCR’s Women in Antitrust round table, the transcript of which can be found here.