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The founders of Covington & Burling LLP foresaw the pervasive effects of the forthcoming era of federal legislation, regulation, and taxation. In 1919, they sought to create a firm in the nation's capital that could advise and represent corporations located anywhere in the nation or the world on a wide range of legal issues. Today our Washington office has over 500 lawyers representing clients according to the highest standards and fulfilling the firm's strong commitment to public service.
October 27, 2016, Global Competition Review
Deborah Garza participated in the GCR “Women in Antitrust Roundtable.” Among her many comments, Garza provided advice to young lawyers just beginning their careers: “I advise young lawyers to take control over their careers and their development as lawyers. That means not just waiting for whatever assignments are given to you, but seeking out assignments and ...
October 26, 2016, Law360
Lanny Breuer participated at the FCPA Blog Conference and is quoted in a Law360 article regarding concerns raised by a requirement under a pilot Foreign Corrupt Practices Act disclosure program forcing companies to step back from conducting their own investigations. According to Breuer, the FCPA pilot program makes “an extraordinary request” by mandating that ...
October 26, 2016, The Wall Street Journal
Lanny Breuer participated at the FCPA Blog Conference and is quoted in a Wall Street Journal article regarding the FCPA pilot program that will provide discounts to foreign-bribery offenders that disclose and tackle those transgressions and cooperate with the authorities. Breuer said that while it’s too soon to tell if the pilot has had its intended effect, he ...
October 26, 2016
WASHINGTON—The Hill has named Covington’s Howard Berman, Holly Fechner, Jon Kyl, and Bill Wichterman to its annual “Top Lobbyists” list, which recognizes individuals “who do battle within” Washington’s policymaking arena.
First elected to Congress in 1982, Congressman Berman became known as one of Capitol Hill’s preeminent deal-makers. He served as chairman of ...
October 21, 2016, Covington Alert
Yesterday, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission announced that anticompetitive agreements among employers on their employees’ terms of employment, such as wages, salaries, benefits, or even job opportunities, could result in criminal prosecutions of individuals and companies. This is a major policy shift―the government ...
October 21, 2016
WASHINGTON—Covington represented India-based Piramal Enterprises and its wholly owned Critical Care subsidiary in the UK in the acquisition of five anesthesia and pain management injectable products from Janssen Pharmaceutica NV, in an all cash deal for an upfront consideration of US$155 million, and up to an additional US$20 million.
The products to be acquired ...
October 21, 2016, The Washington Post
Lindsay Burke and Robert Lenhard are quoted in a Washington Post article regarding laws governing political communications in the workplace. According to Burke employees of