Craig Waldman is a partner with Jones Day in their Washington, D.C. office, where he co-chairs the global Antitrust & Competition Law Practice, and also chairs the Firm’s Tech Practice. He has more than 20 years of experience representing companies in antitrust government investigations, private litigations, and by counseling them on how to manage antitrust risk in daily business activities. Craig’s work has included all areas of antitrust including mergers, agreements among competitors, vertical distribution issues, price discrimination, criminal antitrust matters, monopolization, and intellectual property licensing and trade regulation. He has worked across many industries, including IT hardware and software, networking, solar, health care, food, consumer products, credit cards, financial institutions, energy, medical devices, defense, sports, financial markets, life sciences, oil and gas, retail stores, satellites, telecommunications, tobacco, and transportation.
FAQ About the FTC’s Controversial New “Unfair Methods of Competition” PolicyJones Day, Craig Waldman, Michael Gleason, Lin Kahn, Jeremy Morrison and James Burnham, November 2022
The US FTC resurrects the unilateral pre-approval in merger investigation settlements to halt future anticompetitive mergersConcurrences Bulletin, Michael A. Gleason, Lin W. Kahn, Bruce McDonald, Jeremy P. Morrison and Craig A. Waldman, 25 October 2021, e-Competitions