Mr. Cary’s practice focuses on antitrust counseling and litigation. Before joining the firm in 1998, Mr. Cary served as Deputy Director of the United States Federal Trade Commission’s Bureau of Competition, responsible for merger enforcement. Prior to 1995, Mr. Cary was an antitrust and litigation partner at the Los Angeles firm of Irell & Manella. Since joining Cleary Gottlieb, Mr. Cary has represented companies in many industry-transforming mergers and acquisitions. While serving as Deputy Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Competition, Mr. Cary oversaw a record number of merger transactions. Mr. Cary has served as chair of the Government Antitrust Litigation Committee of the American Bar Association’s Antitrust Section. He previously served on the California Judicial Nominees Evaluation Commission, which is responsible for evaluating all nominees to the California state trial and appellate courts and on the State Bar’s Federal Courts Committee. In addition, Mr. Cary was a commissioner on the International Trade Advisory Commission for the Department of Commerce and the US Trade Representative.
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